A 1 Foundation Crack Repair Inc

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A 1 Foundation Crack Repair Inc
A 1 Foundation Crack Repair Inc is listed in the Waterproofing Contractors Residential category in Milford, Massachusetts. Displayed below are the social networks for A 1 Foundation Crack Repair Inc which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of A 1 Foundation Crack Repair Inc on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 83.

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Milford, MA 01757
(508) 422-9443

"A 1 Foundation Crack Repair Inc" - ZapScore Report

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A 1 Foundation Crack Repair Inc has an overall ZapScore of 83. This means that A 1 Foundation Crack Repair Inc has a higher ZapScore than 83% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Milford, Massachusetts is 36 and in the Waterproofing Contractors Residential category is 32. Learn more about ZapScore

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I was referred to a woman who lives in Boston because the home inspector said there were multiple problems with... fb.me/1aveSBfoP

I was referred to a woman who lives in Boston because the home inspector said there were multiple problems with lally columns and one in particular. I asked her to send me photos, which were right in her home inspection report. I couldn’t believe what I saw. What I saw was a temporary lally column sitting on the cement floor and what was on top of the lally column in between the beam and the ceiling was what looked like a cast iron frying pan. I’ve been in the business for 15 years and I have never seen anything like that. This homeowner has taken the cake for unusual lally column structures. Another had no footing. A footing is a solid piece of concrete that goes down about 12-14” to help support the lally columns. The one I saw was a temporary lally column. Those are the ones with the screw jack. And being hollow they can’t handle the wait. If there is a fire it is going to melt. Today’s building code says they have to be steel filled with concrete. Plus a frying pan may be nice to cook dinner, but you can’t put it on top of a lally column. What should be there is a thick piece of steel with a cup welded on and bolted to the support beam. For more information on lally column replacement, contact A1 Foundation Crack Repair.
I was referred to a woman who lives in Boston because the home inspector said there were multiple problems with lally columns and one in particular. I asked her to send me photos, which were right in her home inspection report. I couldn’t believe what I saw. What I saw was a temporary lally…


We just love making our customers happy: "Rich was absolutely wonderful! He calmed my nerves about a crack in our... fb.me/6nh8Vpx0b

We just love making our customers happy: "Rich was absolutely wonderful! He calmed my nerves about a crack in our foundation that we found by a home inspector (we were selling our home). However, Rich sent a technician out the same day, and they fixed the crack (which was thankfully turned out to be a normal "structural" crack where the house had settled. The technician quickly fixed the small crack and advised the material used would prevent any water from entering into the home (luckily we never had any water issues), and the crack would never become bigger. Thank you, thank you....so much for your excellent customer service and very quick response time in fixing our home."


Frank in Providence, RI: “How long can I estimate for a new concrete slab to dry?” Crackman: That is a very fb.me/2RpLljuYd

Frank in Providence, RI: “How long can I estimate for a new concrete slab to dry?” Crackman: That is a very interesting question. There are a lot of factors that contribute to how long it takes concrete to dry. There are a lot of different materials in concrete and it depends on the materials used, the amount of water and temperature around that slab, and is wind there. You want that concrete to dry as much as possible. Concrete is an expensive product to pour, and labor to apply it. So you don’t want to go on it too soon. We are not just talking about stepping on it, people drive cars and machinery on it. What you want to do is a relative humidity test which can be done on slabs. This determines how much water is in the, when it is at least 90% cure. Concrete never fully cures, there is always water or moisture in it. If you are going to drive a car or put heavy equipment on it, you should wait at least a week or more so you don’t take one step forward and two back. For more information, contact A1 Foundation Crack Repair.
Frank in Providence, RI: “How long can I estimate for a new concrete slab to dry?” Crackman: That is a very interesting question. There are a lot of factors that contribute to how long it takes concrete to dry. There are a lot of different materials in concrete and it depends on the materials…


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