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Old 08-27-2011, 10:37 PM   #1
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basement water issues


with the hurricane up north east, i'm seeing some basement water that seems to raise from the floor, my guess is because that since my basement is about 2 ft below grade, the pressure is making the water seep upward. what we are talking about is really just a very little bit of water. i think the cement might be a little too thin in that area. is there anything i can do to seal it up so i don't see those wet spots on the concrete?

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