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Old 05-26-2009, 11:49 PM   #1
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Post Tension Concrete Slab


One of the post tensin cables in my homes concrete floor broke and came through the foundation wall with no interiour damage. Does it need to be repaired or is it safe to allow it stay as is?

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we'd hope you already know the answer,,, if the engineer'd thought it unnecessary, who do it ? ? ? you're betting against slab warp now,,, if 1's broken, the prudent owner'd have it repair'd post haste + have the others ck'd by a competent technician,,, this IS extremely special work ! ! !

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