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I had a concrete deck poured around my inground pool, two days later i see a hair line crack in it, two more days later theres another they start at the wall and make there way to the edge of the pool. they seem to open up to the width of a pack of matches the cardboard width there not big but i see them as clear as day and im worried about the winter time and water getting into them,I was going to cut them deeper with a hand grinder and pour that epoxy into the crack, or how about pouring cement into it? keep in mind its coloured and stamped the color is pewter (darker Gray) Please help me Im sure there is some way to fix it! Signed Cracking up Gary

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Call the contractor back and ask him what you just asked me. I would demand some response too.BE careful how you approach them. Be very polite and professional, but direct and unwavering. You want some answers and deserve them. Your cement should not be cracking like that, it has a bad base, not level, and is not supported correctly.

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