Still seeking some information and assistance regarding what has been described to us as a "wet weather spring." We are getting moisture stains in the middle of carpets in our rooms. Upon rolling back the carpets and pads, all that has been noticed are cracks that appear to be and have been described as "drying cracks." Can hydrostatic pressure in a "plastic soil" coupled with significant accumulation of underground runoff be enough to force moisture through those "drying cracks?" How can you explore without digging up the entire yard to determine if this "wet weather spring" is the source of the water damage when there is not a consistent runoff pattern in successive storms?
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