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  1. Concrete, Stone & Masonry
    Hello, I will attach two photos and will not hesitate to take more if necessary. I am noticing horizontal cracks in my cinder block foundation. It does not appear to be buckling, it doesn't appear to be wet on the inside constantly, and the crack is in a seam (joint?) So, am i clear to re...
  2. General DIY Discussions
    Hey everyone, My current asphalt apron is about 4 inches lower than my garage slab. I know there's a few ways to rehab this, slap in a wedge or even diamond blade out a few feet of the apron and re-pour it back in . Has anyone had this issue and what were the steps you took to resolve...
  3. Building & Construction
    My neighborhood was built in 1978 (Park City, KS) on a slope of buried rubble, and consequently my home's foundation has been shifting. Due to the unusually dry weather my area has experienced this year and last, we have experienced a lot of shifting and cracking lately. The most obvious is in...
  4. Building & Construction
    I've got a concrete stoop that has sunk several inches since it was installed back in the 1950's. I've heard about using a mud jack, but think the best route is to remove/replace. A handyman I've considered hiring said he would attach a new stoop to my house foundation with rebar so that...
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