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Old 11/7/18, 5:19 PM
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Default on the inside of block foundation wall you see step cracks, NOT a vertical corner crk

...and on the inside you do not see horizontal cracks at the top of the first block above basement floor but on the OUTSIDE it's a different story and this is one way interior basement drainage companies lie to and scam many homeowners
OUTSIDE video, vertical corner crack
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Outside and INSIDE look at same corner............
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And then we have those who will will inspect or water-diverting companies will come out and LIE to homeowners, tell them, Oh your house is settling etc and you need our wall anchors and piers etc.... AND lol they won't dig and repair these cracks, so that water DOESN'T enter and cause mold etc, and they don't remove clay soil and possible tree roots off the wall, truly incompetent scammers.


Say again, looking at....inspecting, foundation walls like these on the inside doesn't tell you the entire story.


Block walls here.... what does this guy say.... and do....??? lolloollllllll UN_______-----------BE-------_________lievable!!!!! Scam, lies, incompetence!
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Hey man, 2:50 and 5:50........................ the MOLD is there because water has been and will CONTINUE to enter the blocks on the OUTSIDE!! hahhahahaaa duuuuuuuuh!

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Old 11/8/18, 8:43 AM
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Default Re: on the inside of block foundation wall you see step cracks, NOT a vertical corner

It is hard to tell buyers when so many are out there selling lip stick for pigs.Had 2 this week , One listen one not so much



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hear you Wayne, hope business is booming for you.
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Old 11/10/18, 7:45 PM
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Default Re: on the inside of block foundation wall you see step cracks, NOT a vertical corner

there was a lot of old man sounds in that video as someone was crawling down in that hole....just sayin....



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there was a lot of old man sounds in that video as someone was crawling down in that hole....just sayin....




lllllllllllooooooooooooollllllllllllllllllllllllll l yes sir Jim, part of the problem was old man tooth infected ooooouuuuuuchie, part just being old! hahhaaaa
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