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You think you're on safe ground but then subsidence strikes | The ...

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Aug 16, 2008 ... The three main causes of subsidence are the underlying soil, the age of ... such as a history of subsidence at a property or signs of cracking or ...

Subsidence Support : What causes subsidence?

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The predominant cause of subsidence in the UK is soil shrinkage ... The potential impact on a property depends on whether a property sits within this zone of ...

SUBSIDENCE | - Home Inspection Experts

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5 “Check the outside of your property regularly, particularly at this time of year,” Maclean says. ... A. The most common causes of subsidence are as follows: 1.

Subsidence - Property Assure

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So what will be the effect of all the rain we have seen – surely subsidence is caused by dry weather?! Well, it is correct that the main cause is clay soil shrinkage ...

What is subsidence? And what are the signs of subsidence ...

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Tree roots surrounding a property can significantly influence the likelihood of subsidence occurring – as they can cause the shrinkage or reduction of the soil ...

Spotting the signs of subsidence | AXA UK

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Subsidence is one of the most serious problems a property can suffer, ... This puts strain on your home's structure as one side sinks, causing cracks to appear.

FAQs - Subsidence Forum

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Subsidence damage occurs when movement in the ground causes ... there is no reason why you cannot sell the property during the course of the claim. It will be ...

Subsidence FAQs - Hillsborough County Property Appraiser

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Q: What is subsidence? A: Subsidence is any gradual or sudden change in the land elevation which may occur for a variety of reasons. Examples: (sinkhole ...

Problems with your house? - Institution of Structural Engineers

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Heave is, in simple terms, the opposite of subsidence and is caused by the ground pressing up against the foundations of a property and forcing the foundations ...

My property nightmare: subsidence - Telegraph

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Aug 11, 2004 ... The subsidence was caused by an oak in my neighbour's garden, and there was also damage to my raised patio caused by a lime tree.

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A Guide to Subsidence - Subsidence Support

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When a property subsides it can cause significant cracking and damage to the property. ... The predominant cause of subsidence in the UK is soil shrinkage ...

Subsidence or Settlement? Either way there's no need to panic ...

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Settlement is where the structure moves the soil due to application of load. Settlement normally occurs early in the life of a property whereas subsidence can  ...

buildings insurance: subsidence - Financial Ombudsman Service

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This is one of the most common causes of subsidence. Clay is ... for causing structural problems to a property because of ...