How to Cope with the Shifting Sands beneath Your Building
To a certain extent, the soil beneath your feet is always in a constant state of flux. It'll shift, move or compact in accordance with the moisture content, the root network associated with mature trees or even seismic action. While this movement will usually be undetectable and will take place gradually, it can certainly affect the foundations of any building in the area. So if you suspect that something is wrong and that ground movements have caused damage to a building that you own, what should be your next course of action?