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Concrete basement floors that have leakage due to hydrostatic water infiltration


Posted by Albert R. Castorri on September 24th, 2001 06:43 PM
In reply to Basement floor by Bruce M on November 24th, 1997 07:39 PM [Go to top of thread]

As mentioned above, what can be done without reflooring the basement floor with flooring covering, etc, but using a waterproofing paint or similar element to cover the hairline cracks and complete with a painting material. My walls are covered with wood paneling and the outside block walls were properly prepared for water repellent and,with a water trough to catch the water coming in from the walls and is channeled to a sump pump hole area with a sump motor.

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