Keep Your Finger on the Pulse: Connecticut Concrete Could Affect Massachusetts Homeowners

According to reports issued by the state of Connecticut over the past two years, a company called Becker Quarry in Willington sold pyrrhotite-contaminated stone to the now defunct JJ Mottes concrete company from 1983 until 2017, when they agreed to stop.  Connecticut homeowners have been faced with failing foundations and the costs associated to repair their structures.  Discussions are underway in Longmeadow, where a family learned that the contaminated stone was used in their foundations, about how to assist homeowners.  While we haven’t herd of this being a problem in the Berkshires, read this MassLive article so you can be informed!