We purchased a new home by Pulte, and they are in the process of building our home. Last weekend, we noticed that there are three long cracks in our basement. It seemed that the construction worker working on the house adjacent to us probably came too close to our home with their "bulldozer" putting lots of pressure on the ground that our basement wall is barried.
The construction superintendent told us this is not a big problem, and all they have to is drill a few wholes on the wall from inside and inject epoxy fluid.
My concerns is that is this enough? They are just doing this from inside since the other side is barried underground... Won't it leak when rain a lot and the ground is saturated with water? Should I cancel the contract and buy another home?
Any suggestions or comment would be very much appreciated. Thanks
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