Likely a temperature issue and a point / region that focuses the
heave forces of hot afternoon and freezing nights. Drives rocks from
underground and such.
I bet you could put a screw offset from it - two - both closer to the next
ones - in thirds not in half - and the now free section might just heave
but won't bring up the screws.
On Monday, June 22, 2009 at 11:31:41 AM UTC-4, mg wrote:
go the screws are in the treated wood and are pulling out and building is f
alling down, I understand there was a law suit against the dry wall screw,
does anyone know where I can find information on this
firstname.lastname@example.org wrote in
Sounds like the wrong screw for the material. Drywall screws are for
interior use in untreated wood. You need to use screws intended for
treated lumber, it will say that on the box.
I do remember the formula for treated wood was changed and it took the
screw guys a little time to discover a problem and catch up. One, I think
the older one, was called AC2.
There was also a lawsuit against Chinese-sourced drywall, but it wasn't the
screws at fault in that case.
On Saturday, September 24, 2016 at 7:43:29 PM UTC-5, email@example.com wrote:
Puck, no offense intended, here, but he's not asking about fixing his screwed-up (sic) (construction) building. The idiot is asking about a lawsuit.
Oldfart(?), go fix your building correctly and stop your pansy-ass, looking to blame someone else, construction problems, on. Folks, here, aren't in tune with your kind of asinine ignorant mindset.
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