A basement foundation where standing water is prevalent against the area where two walls meet in the corner due to water seepage as well as a desk in which the resident has placed all possessions.

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A foundation of a basement where standing water is prevalent in the corner of the foundation.

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A residential back yard where a technician has installed a water drain leading water from inside the residential foundation out to where wood ships and shrubbery can absorb any standing water

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A brand new sump pump and new wall panels are installed.

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A basement that has clear signs of cracking in the foundation wall where cracks are starting from the top of the wall foundation all the way down to the bottom.

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New foundation walls are being installed inside a basement foundation.

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A basement foundation that appears to be cracking at the foundation wall where an old wall anchor is present but the crack is starting from the top of the foundation wall all the way down to where the wall meets the floor.

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A sump pump is currently installed inside the crawl space foundation where wet cement is coating the outside of the sump pump in order to keep it in place as well as the proper tubing and wires to lead water away from the construct

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A residential basement foundation where standing water is prevalent as well as possessions owned by the residential owner.

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