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A-1 Foundation Crack Repair, Inc.
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Here in MA, RI, CT and NH, most houses have basements. A bulkhead is usually metal, you can open this door that is on an angle from the outside and then go down some stairs into the basement.
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It's common knowledge that concrete begins with water and a dry cement substance that are mixed together, poured into a mold that then becomes very hard. But that is probably the end of most people's knowledge on the subject.
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I was called to take a look at some lally columns at a beautiful house in South Yarmouth that had been in the family for many many years, a second generation home. It was right on the water, it has a swimming pool and next to the swimming pool is a private beach on the ocean.
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We are seeing, especially in new construction, that the downspout ends about 6" from the foundation. This is a problem because when they excavate for a cellar hole, they excavate about 6' to 8' larger than they need because guys have to get in there and work.
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We see stone foundations all over New England, from MA to RI, CT, it doesn't matter. From Hartford to Boston we see these stone foundations. There are 3 primary problems that we see.
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We got a call because the home inspector said the Lally column should be ok, but the homeowner called in the building inspector for a small town outside Nashua, NH.
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