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Old 09-27-2012, 03:41 PM   #16
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see i dont have any cracks by my foundation at all
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Old 09-28-2012, 07:43 AM   #18
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Waterproofing is a very general phrase - there are thousands of ways to waterproof your basement, some more involved than others. Typically, if you don't have any water problems, or signs of water problems, the most preventative measure you can take is to seal your walls and floor with a waterproofing ealer. A good waterproofing sealer will help to strengthen your concrete and will stop water should water ever become a problem.

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Typically, if you don't have any water problems, or signs of water problems, the most preventative measure you can take is to seal your walls and floor with a waterproofing ealer.

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Anybody who is in the drought area and their house is sinking, I think you've lost your "I'd never live in Seattle because it rains all the time" privileges for one year.

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