New Dimension Bldg & Sup Co

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What can I do about concrete driveway cracking 6 weeks after it was poured?

Jacob Vierzen of R-Value Homes PRO answered:

Sep 6, 2017
The old quip about the only things certain in life are death and taxes could be added to: and concrete will crack! Concrete cracks for a variety of reasons, but the most common one is normal and not a ... read more
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