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How do you know if a wall crack is serious?

Jagged or diagonal cracks indicate that the foundation may have shifted or sunk, or another problem has occurred, such as the deterioration and collapse of supporting wood members due to termite damage. Likewise, cracks wider than one-quarter inch indicate a potential problem with the home's structure.

How do you tell if a crack in a wall is serious?

When looking at a wall crack, a vertical one is usually just a sign of expected settling. Usually, a vertical crack will start at the wall and ceiling joint and run along the drywall. These types of cracks occur during normal settling and are usually not signs of a serious problem.

When should I be worried about cracks in walls?

They appear. You fill or plaster over them. They come back.

How can you tell if a crack is structural?

These cracks are usually accompanied by other signs of foundation issues such as sticking doors and windows, slanted doors, sloping floors and cracks in porches. The common characteristics structural cracks include: Continuous horizontal cracks along walls. Vertical cracks that are wider at the top or bottom.

Do cracks in walls indicate a structural problem?

Most small cracks in drywall or plaster walls are not serious and are caused by seasonal expansion and contraction of the wood framing in your house over time. Larger cracks in your walls, however, can indicate structural or foundation problems.

How do you determine if the cracks in walls are serious?

Concrete walls containing horizontal cracks are serious issues. Measure the width of cracks with measuring tape. Cracks less than 1/8-inch wide are likely stress cracks, while larger ones are often more serious. Inspect the position of the crack after measuring its width.

Do cracks in walls always mean foundation problems?

CRACKS IN WALLS OR ABOVE WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES It could be excess moisture or a poor mud and tape job, but it could also mean that your home has foundation problems. If foundation settlement is the cause, you will usually see the cracks re-open after they've been repaired.

Does a crack in the wall mean foundation problems?

CRACKS IN WALLS OR ABOVE WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES It could be excess moisture or a poor mud and tape job, but it could also mean that your home has foundation problems. If foundation settlement is the cause, you will usually see the cracks re-open after they've been repaired.
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