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Project Location: Birch St., Casper, WY 82604
Comment: Some cracks in foundation, two of which are in corners and some have crumbling concrete. Two other large vertical cracks, with widening gaps. Does not appear to be leaking water. Does not appear to be any shifting in the house. Crawl space is about 3 foot high so walls are exposed. Not sure if these are to be of concern, but the house was built in 1956. Need inspection and estimate to repair/seal cracks. Thanks
Project Location: Fleming Blvd, Sheridan, WY 82801
Comment: I'm afraid that either my foundation wall is leaning inward or that my house is slipping outward off my foundation.
Project Location: Main St., Ranchester, WY 82839
Comment: I have a 1923 west basement wall that is trying to cave in. The exterior wall round stone 1923 cement. I think the basement was dug out after the house was built and an interior wall was poured against the exterior wall. The interior part of the wall could have been poured in 1947. Both are deteriorating. The floor is heaving in this area also. 2.5 story house. With all the rain this spring lots of water came through the walls. Generally we just have a moist basement in the spring. The sump pump usually takes care of the ground water. Looking for ideas as to what to do and a quote. Thanks!