What to do with the damage to the Foundation of the building caused by the gas station closed by?
Should I soil sample my self or hire a lab to do that? How can I find out on the gas station? Would that be the city hall as of my source of information?
Well, first, you need to determine the extent of the damage to your foundation. Then determine the cause. If it does have something to do with the gas station, be prepared for a long drawn out battle as they won't accept responsibility easily.
You will likely have to spend a lot of money getting soil testing and other such things done to get irrefutable proof. You may be able to get some, most or all of your money back, but it will be a long process.
Probably best to check with Environment Canada as they would likely have a vested interest given Federal laws.
Thank you Brett for the advice. what would be the better approch to engage a professional Environmental company involve from the get go?
Now your saying why? because all bad Carpenters, Electricians and more makes the good guys looks bad, that's why clients hires more and more handyman to be less expensive but get stuck again in this problem, this ends up more expensive for the client and the good guy gets blame for the amount spent by the clients (To expensive) they all say, Get the good guy in first place you will see he is not expensive at the end.
Thanks for your time.
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