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Are sagging floors normal in old houses in North Carolina?

Sagging floors are a common problem with old houses (and new houses, too)  

If your home is older, it’s had more time to succumb to settling and moisture damage that result in sagging floors. Foundations and the soil they were built upon can shift and settle with time, causing the support system to also shift and become over-spanned.  

Also, open crawl space vents allow North Carolina’s year-round humid air and precipitation to flow into the crawl space and lead to moisture problems like mold and wood rot.  

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