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I personally do not like the looks of the cracks in your foundation. I feel that the third picture already is getting into the area of "slightly more than a hairline crack". That being said I know a lot about foundations and have had many a slab/basement poured. My first reaction is I want more pictures. I want to see the entire layout and as much ...


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If the gap is wider at the top then you have a door to wall connection issue with is common with french doors which are typically larger and heavier than normal doors. Before patching, replace one of the screws in the top hinge with a 3" long screw of the same size (usually #8 or #10) and screw it into the stud. Don't over-tighten or it mmight pull the ...


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If you try to repair that crack then the complete length needs supporting as it is flexing too much. I had one where we noticed the flex early and I fitted a beam with supports underneath - made access a bit more difficult but still ok. Seen one where the next crack developed a short distance down from the repair so think carefully about the real cause as ...


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If you just had it replaced then that means that your contractor should fix this issue. Regarding fix vs replace: I suggest trying to work that out with your contractor. If the decision is to attempt a repair I would be sure to get IN WRITING that they are guarantying the repair of the tub. You paid your good money to have your new bathroom and you deserve ...


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This could be from settling or from when it was built and took this long to crack the stucco and paint finish. At this point I'd monitor it to see if it gets worse. I would be proactive and get some Siliconizer and brush it on both sides of the crack to prevent any moisture from seeping through the crack and seams of the block.


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