When I bought my house, the concrete block basement walls had some horizontal cracking and slight bowing. To be safe I had my basement walls reinforced with poured pilasters every six feet, and tuckpointed, 9 months ago. I have noticed that some of the mortar that was tuckpointed has developed hairline cracks. Does this mean I had all this work done for nothing, and the wall is still continuing to move?
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