About 3 weeks ago we had a new driveway, garage floor, patio, and shed floor poured. After completion of the driveway, I noticed the horizontal sawcuts across the driveway did not meet the house. When I inquired about this, the cement man said the saw would not reach that far. Well, now there are small cracks starting to develop between the house and the sawcut. After looking at other homes, with replacement driveways, I notice that their sawcuts reach their houses.
Did the cement man just not have the proper saw, and then try to cover it up by giving me a lame excuse? I am afraid all of these partial cuts are going to result in cracking.
What can I do? Is there any possible retribution?
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