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As in the case of a brick facade, plaster can crack under pressure, as the foundation of the house settles unevenly. There are two choices here (until damage to the supporting structures has started): either permanently "grease and patch" the cracks, or solve the main problem and prevent future problems.
At first, you might think that it is simply the plaster material itself (although this may be in the era of "artisan" cheapening with non-compliance with any technical conditions and regulations), which shrinks and cracks, creating no more than a cosmetic problem. However, these cracks often indicate a serious problem lurking below.
When a foundation settles, it often does so unevenly, placing stress on the cement joints between your homes masonry elements that can fail and lead to what are known as "stepped" cracks. Basement or semi-basement walls can be damaged by soil pressure. "Staircase" cracks are a typical sign of foundation settlement and are very common in brick and concrete wall blocks. As your home continues to settle further, vertical cracks may widen, indicating that the wall is falling outward.
Cracks can form if the roof is installed incorrectly in the house, and due to the incorrect distribution of stresses, one part of the load-bearing walls is forced to bear the entire load from the roof. This leads to stress cracks right at the base of the roof. Or the deformation seam is located incorrectly or is not there at all.
If your floors sag or "jump at the joints," its likely that theres a problem in the space underneath. Often this can be attributed to foundation pillars that have settled in a poorly compacted base or the base of the floor slab itself has weakened.
Sloping or otherwise uneven floors are a nuisance, but they can also indicate a more serious problem lurking beneath. And, as with other foundation problems, sagging floors get worse over time.
Because "pour-in" concrete walls act as a unit rather than a group of reinforced blocks, they often fail at the top instead of cracking and buckling. The collapsing wall is separated from the rest of the structure, shifting from above or below.
If the adjacent soil is poorly compacted, or an excess of water and clay has formed, they cause the soil to expand. Pressure begins to apply to the walls of your foundation in an inward direction. "Displacement" of the wall is one of the most dramatic and immediate signs of destruction.
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Repair and strengthening of arch nodes and constructions
Stabilization of deformed and peeling walls
Complex repair and reinforcement of cracked lintels and beams
Linking structural elements made of different materials
Repair of internal cracks in walls, delaminations and cavities
Bonding and repair of cavity (insulated) walls and ventilated facades
Repair of heterogeneous cracks in load-bearing structures
Repair and increase in the bearing capacity of beams and reinforcing belts
Strengthening and stabilization of the foundation
Strengthening the base soil and raising the foundation