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Old 12-15-2011, 12:18 PM   #15
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In time, things are supposed to "blend" together, but I don't think that is going to happen to an extend that it will not be noticeable. With all the other driveways in this area not having been fixed, I'm satisfied how mine looks. I am not in a deed restricted, or HOA area so I didn't not have to worry about it. I'll see if I can get a picture later on and post it. You can see the repairs, but it is level.
Thanks, I'd love to see a pic if you have time.
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Old 12-15-2011, 10:31 PM   #16
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Thanks, I'd love to see a pic if you have time.
You're just gonna make me take pictures, huh?

I brought the MH home to tidy it up a bit. Now remember that this is old concrete. Concrete is supposed to harden as it ages and this stuff is hard, but, the guarantee was that the cement would not sink. Running the MH up on it I found a few hair line cracks, but no sinking. Time will tell. I'll give them a call after I put the MH back in storage and see what they say.

I don't care if it get's hairline cracks as long as it doesn't shift. I have a year to watch it.

I really will try to get some pictures.
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I thought it looked great, nice and level, all the individual pads were even with each other. THe core holes were a different color but i can see it blending over time.

WIsh I had been aware of the technology in our previous house. I would have used it for sure.
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You're just gonna make me take pictures, huh?

I brought the MH home to tidy it up a bit. Now remember that this is old concrete. Concrete is supposed to harden as it ages and this stuff is hard, but, the guarantee was that the cement would not sink. Running the MH up on it I found a few hair line cracks, but no sinking. Time will tell. I'll give them a call after I put the MH back in storage and see what they say.

I don't care if it get's hairline cracks as long as it doesn't shift. I have a year to watch it.

I really will try to get some pictures.
Heeeey, you offered!!! And if it's a PITA, don't bother.
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Not a PITA, just need a ROUNDTUIT.

Don't send one, I already have one somewhere, I just need to find it.
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Hey, my hubby as a couple of those.
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Sarah,

I found it, I found it, the roundtuit.

I have shrunk these down, I think. The last picture is my neighbor's driveway across the street. Mine was not that severe but still wobbling and sinking. The dark spots are wet leaves on my driveway.

Do you need more?
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Yeah, I think a few more views, and in better light. HAHAHA!!! (Women...huh?)

JUST KIDDING!!!!

Thanks, Wayne. That looks great. Our driveway looks similar to your neighbors, but not quite as severe. Seems like ours is looking better since we've had a little rain.
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About time you posted those pictures, what took so long?
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It took me some time to find the "roundtuit," Dennis.

Sarah,

I backed the MH up on it and a few hairline cracks appeared, but nothing serious. I'm going to give the installers a call when I get another "roundtuit." You can see where he back set of duals sit on the new patch, and it seems to be holding well.
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