aircrete as an option for back filling post holes
This was the question I emailed Tuesday night. I was pretty excited to hear back, because the possibilities with aircrete are incredible, but it concerns me that a business that I'm about to spend hundreds of dollars at doesn't have a direct phone number or return email. Maybe I'll have better luck here
I'm thinking about just diving in and buying the foam generator and mixer. My first project would be a very simple one. I'm just not sure if aircrete would be a good option for backfilling post holes. Seems like it very well could be though, and with it being pest and water proof, it seems like it would be ideal. Anyway, this is what I was thinking and it seemed that if aircrete would work in this capacity, then simple post hole back filling would be great practice mixing it together. Thanks for your help.