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There is visual evidence in photo A3 of one or more interior renovations constructed with less than workman-like quality. Given the age of the house and what portions of the original construction remain, I it would be common for a house of this age to have had a load bearing wall perpendicular to the ceiling joists when originally constructed. If there was ...
As a rule of thumb, if the cracks are getting wider, or the sides of a crack are shifting relative to each other, it may be a structural issue and needs to be looked at by a professional. If the cracks are merely hairline cracks that are getting longer, it's probably ordinary settling and shifting of the building.
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