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Posted by maggie on June 18th, 2001 11:26 AM

I live in a basement apartment that has a concreate floor that seems to be very damp at times. The previous renters had put down layers of linolium and carpeting to prevent the dampness from coming thru to there good carpet. The only problem is that the floor is not level. I want to put carpeting down but dont want to have it ruined with moisture spots. Many people have told me to purchase concreate sealer and this would help keep the moisture from coming to the surface. My carpeting company was also considering roof tarp tp help keep the moisture down. What i would like to do is apply the concreate sealer then the roof tarp, then the carpet. I feel this should be enough protection. Im not really sure if this is a good idea! I really would appreciate all helpful advice. By the way the job has to be done by june 24th 2001 so i woud need any responses ASAP thanks a million!!!

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