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05-31-11, 06:33 AM
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Posted By cline

This is completely incorrect. If a basement is 4...

This is completely incorrect. If a basement is 4 ft plus below ground grading will do nothing. There is a great site that explains interior and exterior waterproofing...
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Views: 1,476
Posted By cline

It sounds likely that the drainage around the...

It sounds likely that the drainage around the pipe is settling due to run off around the pipe.

I would def. say that the pipes are probably newer and the earth wasn't tamped well enough and so it...
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Views: 2,722
Posted By cline

Tar would probably be a better bet. Cement tends...

Tar would probably be a better bet. Cement tends no to adhere to older cement.
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Views: 4,368
Posted By cline

totally normal. it is your specific blend of gas...

totally normal. it is your specific blend of gas that is doing this. it will be different in a few days/weeks.
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Views: 1,717
Posted By cline

Depending on hwo deep the basement is the gutters...

Depending on hwo deep the basement is the gutters should go much further from the house than 10 or 15 feet. There are good images and measurements for this at basement waterproofing info...
03-23-11, 02:16 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 13,369
Posted By cline

Below is a list of grading basics: * If...

Below is a list of grading basics:

* If your basement is 4 or more feet below ground no amount of grading will make a greater than 40% difference on any water appearing in your basement.
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03-08-11, 10:24 AM
Replies: 8
Views: 1,750
Posted By cline

My mom swears by it being the reason for her...

My mom swears by it being the reason for her healthy flowers and veggies. And mom cant be wrong..
03-08-11, 10:21 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 20,913
Posted By cline

Everything you need is in the plumbing section....

Everything you need is in the plumbing section. Although using light brown pipe I think looks nicer -which you can only get at certain places.. tough to find if they even still make it.

Wall...
03-08-11, 09:41 AM
Replies: 10
Views: 10,620
Posted By cline

If the gap is too large for caulk then simply...

If the gap is too large for caulk then simply place a rubber sealant on the actual sash itself. You will have to remove the window sashes to do this.
03-08-11, 09:37 AM
Replies: 8
Views: 1,897
Posted By cline

good luck finding anything at a dealer under $5k....

good luck finding anything at a dealer under $5k. I have always bought used out of the classifieds and have always been happy with my cars.
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