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  • #16
    Re: sheetrock cracking

    I live in one of the most humid places in the united states and you will never get me to believe it took 3 years for lumber to dry out in a new built home. Because its not true. Now condensation is very possible and so is a foundation problem. Goodluck to the original poster.....he is living a true nightmare with this one. I would go nuts and jump on a plane to look at it in person.

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    • #17
      Re: sheetrock cracking

      My mistake, I missed the 3 year old home part of the original post.

      Looks like an engineer will need to be involved...

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      • #18
        Re: sheetrock cracking

        Still waiting on pictures. Not ready to catch a flight.

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        • #19
          Re: sheetrock cracking

          It is probably not a huge deal, but just to ease your mind, you should hire a home inspector, that knows the ins and outs of construction come to take a look. They usually run a few hundred but if you there is a bad issue, you may want to pay the money.

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