Frequently asked questions:
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No. LAVA concretes are not as subject to shrink-cracking as are regular concretes because LAVA concretes are so dry when installed. Shrinking while curing is the cause of most cracks in concrete. Cement block tends to develop stagger cracks along the masonry joints. LAVA has no masonry joints. Structural foundation failures can cause cracks in any material. Concrete and LAVA are the most resistant to these types of failure.