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Danny Pritchard
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Found this interesting today.Three homes all the same model,all located next to each other at the end of a cul de sac,all built by the same nationwide builder.Two of the homes are less than a year old,one is still under construction.There is one visible difference between each of them.

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Crusty ,

You were correct in looking at the expansion joints.Picture #1 has an expansion joint between the 1st and 2nd levels on both the front and sidewall.

#2 This house has no expansion joints.

#3 Vertical expansion joint at the sidewall and

an expansion joint between the 1st and 2nd

levels at the sidewall.

I found it funny that I could stand in the street and look at 3 homes of the same model and all three were different.

As far as the column I did not look at it closely.These are typically stopped about a 1/4 inch from the slab.

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