Concrete to Painted Brick

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Old 09-01-08, 08:02 PM
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Concrete to Painted Brick

Finally getting around to a permanent fix to a property slope problem....

Have to add dirt against the house to get the water away.

The brick is painted and will be adding concrete at a 5" of height above grade (8" total) and 4" thick against the brick for 20'........

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What to use between the painted brick and the new pour to adequately seal it?......Was thinking of rubber, even attaching a PVC board calked to the painted brick,,,,,but rubber/tar type (Protecto-Wrap) is the leading candidate.

Also will attach a concrete retaining wall to the painted brick in another place.....

Any suggestions?

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is the brick above slab or below slab. if above slab you should think about acheving the slope by removing soil further from the house. any soil above slab will have a tendancy to move moisture into the wall. waterproofing will help but some moisture will eventually find its way in.

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Concrete to Painted Brick

Do not attempt to attach the new concrete slab to the existing wall. The concrete will shrink as ir cures and pull away. Use a conventional control joint material and caulk it later after it shrinks. If you are willing to deal witha 1/8" open joint, that is up to you.

You never attach an external retaining wall to a foundation since they do not have the same foundation and conditions. Again it is best to plan to caulk after curing and Mother Nature is done with the movement.
 
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