some symptoms of potential foundation problems
|grade beam/slab crack||sheetrock crack||brick crack|
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|crack along brick wall||brick separation||interior pier installation|
|crack in brick exterior||brick separation||crack in tile flooring|
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Observations from the FieldA Foundation Engineer's Blog
Recently, I have seen a few sellers of a home either not disclosing existing foundation problems or purposely hiding critical information about it. One example follows: The seller (a house investor aka “flipper”) provided documents to the buyer that showed that 35 piers had been installed under the front portion of the foundation, including in […]
In my previous blog (Part1), I discussed the “requirement” for Texas homeowners to add water to the soils around their slab foundation. This is being done to attempt to limit foundation movement caused by clay soils drying out. Slab foundations in North Texas are usually not installed in a stable bearing stratum (like rock) but […]