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  1. Concrete, Stone & Masonry
    My DIY sink shows a crack after five years without any problems. Water is leaking through the crack and I am looking for a solution to fix it quickly and easily (if possible). What would you recommend? This picture is from the bottom of the sink, facing upwards towards the hook shaped crack.
  2. Building & Construction
    A gap has opened, along with other cracks, due to the apparent settling of my house. The house is 20 years old so settling would not normally be expected now. We did suffer a 6.4 earthquake 2 summers ago not far from here that shook the house pretty good. These cracks started appearing after...
  3. Building & Construction
    we are changing our flooring and upon removing the old floor, discovered there is a long crack in our concrete foundation that seems to run from one end of the house to the other. At the largest point, the width of the crack is around 1/8". at certain points along the crack, the floor feels a...
  4. Concrete, Stone & Masonry
    Hello! I am trying to repair the edge of my concrete floor in the garage- right where the garage door comes down and it meets the driveway. There is a gap in the area when the door is closed and during the winter it lets in all the cold air and sometimes moisture. There is a bedroom above the...
  5. Building & Construction
    Help with inexpensive & quick way to fix crack in wall Help with inexpensive & quick way to fix crack in wall. The crack in the wall is due to rain damage from 5+ years ago. The wall is white & I’m thinking I would be okay just covering it with spackle or caulking. Any ideas?
  6. Concrete, Stone & Masonry
    Need some ideas about filling those gaps (the ones stuffed with white shopping bags right now) as these are leaking cold air into the room (1st pic). And caulk/seal rest of the joint (2nd pic). I can do backer rods and then a polyurethane based concrete sealant/foam for those gaps and use the...
  7. Concrete, Stone & Masonry
    Hello All. This is my first post on diychatroom, please excuse any formalities I may not have taken. I have been fixing up a 3 story rowhome (end property, brick) in Philadelphia. The house was vacant for a couple years, and I have been chipping away at repairs and renovations over the last...
  8. New Member Introductions
    Hello everyone to Diychatroom, I am new join here. I am a professional foundation crack repair contractor. I love solving folk"s foundation related problems and it is also my profession. I am looking for spending quality time here and also optimistic about experiencing a good amount of...
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