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Old 08-14-2013, 12:22 PM   #81
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After looking at some of the video, it appears much of the cracking is due to settling of the foundation. A handyman can fix most of these issues.
No don't even try it, it's far greater than simple settling. Besides a structural engineer been in the place. You can disagree it's your choice.
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No don't even try it, it's far greater than simple settling. Besides a structural engineer been in the place. You can disagree it's your choice.
Leaving all the cracks is not conducive to the longevity of the structure. The owner is free to do whatever she chooses. Hence the apparent reason for her insurance going up, until she pays off the property.
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It is conducive when foundation bricks have cracks and when all windows, doors, frames are slanted, and cracks in every room, etc We're not talking about an old house this house was a newly constructed home, no house should settle that much in a such a short period unless something else is going on. As for the insurance didn't you read the posts. There had been multiple communication with the insurance division within a few months after move in. They had evidence of the condition of the home which apparently progressed in nature. It was no surprise to them. So why after 4 years of complaints and so forth did they drop the insurance? It doesn't make sense. Your opinion is welcomed, but it still doesn't prove to be accurate.
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You are free to allow your home to fall around your ankles. It is your money.
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