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Cracking repair delay Homeowners and insurance companies hold the key to ensuring that stabilisation of subsidence-damaged properties occurs in good time, but progress is sometimes slow. Mike Walter r

Specialist underpinning contractors and consultants have had their work cut out in recent times as varying weather patterns have impacted badly on ground conditions. Many report that enquiries from householders continue to rise as increases in rainfall followed by sustained dry periods weaken soil strata, leading to subsidence.

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