Footing depth and width will depend on frost lines and local building codes.
No, the noun frost is a concrete noun, a word for a physical thing; a thing that can be seen and touched.
Brown spots on the edges of leaves are signs of frost damage.
Frost Advisories are simply that..... advisories. They warn farmers or anyone that may be affected by the damage caused by frost.
Park a Large SUV on it
If it is the instrument viola, then yes, frost will damage or even break violas.
A concrete foot generally must extend one foot below the frost line. in some cases it may have to be more or less.
A severe frost freezes water, the water expands as it turns to ice, and widens cracks in rocks and structural damage.
The set frost line for Maine is 40 to 42 inches. All water lines and foundation footings should be below this depth to prevent damage or breakage.
Frost is a noun and a verb but not an adjective. If used with another noun (e.g. frost warning, frost damage), it is usually considered an attributive noun, not an adjective.
C. J. Korhonen has written: 'Antifreeze admixtures for cold regions concreting' -- subject(s): Concrete, Effect of temperature on, Additives 'Roof blisters' -- subject(s): Roofs, Roofing, Maintenance and repair, Building materials, Defects 'Assessing cryogenic testing of aggregates for concrete pavements' -- subject(s): Concrete, Concrete Pavements, Concrete construction, Effect of temperature on, Frost damage, Pavements, Pavements, Concrete, Testing