Building Waterproof Roof Decks Finishes & Maintenance Posted on: July 21, 2014 Building Waterproof Roof Decks How and where will water escape—through a drain, or off the edge? Will there be gutters on the edge? Is the deck over living space or What
If you have water pooling in the floor drain due to slow draining when showering, then you DO have water backing up into the pan through the weep holes and your drain needs cleaning out.
Condensation and a leak are two different and very noticeably different (i.e. volume) things. Your window guy has to think more like a roofing expert or vise versa and chase the leak to above where the water is getting in. If you have a good eye it is sometimes
of liquid water to the outside through the relatively more porous concrete block and stucco than to the interior through the concrete of the slab. As the entire bottom of the wall can become wet due to this configuration, however,
Forum discussion: I recently had to deal with a big water problem in a crawlspace, and thought it was interesting enough to post about. My Mom owns and lives in half a duplex here in Central Indiana. A duplex here by the way means two single family homes next to
water seeping thru bath tile grout (post #60319) smith2423 on Wed, 03/03/2004 - 19:07 in General Discussion and indeed will pass most water right through it into the setting bed. While sealing helps, it is not 100%, is expensive, and is rarely done enough
How to stop outside rainwater from coming in under the wall and through the concrete floor of my garage conversion? up vote 6 down vote favorite I have got a problem with an attached garage converted den in a 1978 built brick home.
I have two places on my roof that need a rain diverter but they are both where water runs together from two sides of the roof into “valleys,” and then
I live in an apartment building. Each house has a bathroom with a concrete floor covered in tiles. In the corner of the floor is a drain with its pipe going all the way through. However, I have noticed water leaking into my roof space from the upstairs neighbor's bathroom.
Weeks of rainfall have produced a relentless rise in the water level, which is expected to peak just below 6m (20ft) Inside the studios, tables and dressers have been lifted off the floor as water seeps through the walls, the agency says. Outside, a young
Hi all. I noticed today that there are water marks around the base of a table, a wood chest, and a basket that is being stored in the partially finished basement of our rental house. Several boxes also appear to be damaged because they have collapsed on the bottom.
Decks generally have space between each deck board to allow water and such to run through, and that will greatly detract from the coverage I currently enjoy. So I want to build this in such a way that there is a roof with roofing materials over the lower story,
Generally, the one of the most likely culprits in the event of water leaking into through the basement walls is your eavestroughs and downspouts.
Q. I have a sunroom that is about 20 years old, with extruded Al frame and double paned glass. Many of the window seals have broken, so the windows are fogged. In addition, rain leaks through the joints. I'm trying to decide if it's worth replacing individual glass