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Posted by Mike Cunningham on February 17th, 2003 09:52 PM
In reply to Crawl space by Henry in MI on October 23rd, 1998 01:38 PM [Go to top of thread]

I own a 20 year old brick 3 BR home on a crawl space. I am looking to sell soon (to find a bigger home for our growing family). I am concerned in this market about a minor settling problem in 2 areas in my home. The door in my bathroom will not close 1/4 inch and a foundation area - block has cracked in 2 areas. I am a novice but do have very handy in-laws (plumber and engineer).

I know the problem in the bathroom was caused at the initial build. A board was cut to put my heating unit in. The other problem with the split block may be due to a high water table and a poor pump system. This has been corrected 3 years ago. I would like to address any problems before I put this house on the market. Any advice on leveling this situation?

Thank You


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