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Bowing Clay Block Foundations



Bowing Clay Block Foundations
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Here, the clay block is being pushed inward from the outside soil surrounding the foundation. Mother Nature is a powerful force - notice the bottom of the windows and how they are being pushed inward by the forces on the exterior of the basement walls. There is significant displacement on this structurally-defective wall.

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Our Locations:

Midwest Basement Systems
5153 Northeast 17th St
Des Moines, IA 50313
1-515-992-7046
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