The most common causes for concrete slab settlement can be attributed to drying and shrinking soil beneath a slab, poorly compacted fill soils, or a washout of soil. All of which will create a void below the slab. If the concrete is not strong enough to span the void, the slab will eventually crack and break. This type of damage can be a major problem and can cause serious destruction to a home or building.

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If you notice sloping and sagging floors or cracks in drywall, it’s likely your crawlspace is in need of additional support systems. The support of a crawlspace weakens when either; it’s columns settle due to weak foundation soils, improper spacing of pier columns, or excess moisture and wood rot.

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By most experts in the industry, the 2014 real estate outlook is beginning to look far much better than that of the past few years. Home prices are heading north at a modest clip in most if not all counties across the U.S., and mortgage rates are still in the affordable range. As the REO inventory winds down or as some would agree, is silently put on hold until prices climb even higher…

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