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    #1

    due to or because of?

    Can I say this?

    Our building is becoming damaged due to/because of the size of its roads.

    I think I should use due to. But I am no 100% sure about that.

    Can anybody help me?

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    Re: due to or because of?

    Both versions are grammatically correct but neither version makes sense.

    Buildings don't have roads.

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