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It sounds like you have removed natures way of sumping water and replaced it with a low maintenance solution. The solution may now involve a Ground Gutter Trough. Cut a trench at the lowest point - as per instructions - using a whizzer around to your nearest drain point. Fill to required level with cement and shimmy your ground troughs in level with your ...


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If the existing surface preparation is sloped the wrong direction and water runs to an undesirable area then you would normally work to re-install the surface preparation to get a different slope. Since you have a desire to not replace your tarmac due to cost considerations then your only real choice is to do one of the following: Install an additional ...


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I would suggest the opposite of wallyk. Instead of trying to back track the leak, which probably goes through sealed off areas, try to reproduce it. Dry it, then use a hose on different parts of the outside window, once you have identified what part of the window is admitting the water, look for any ingresses. You basically need to divide the possible areas ...


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Tracing water leaks is one of the most challenging things that one might have to do with a structure. Water can travel quite a distance and in completely non-intuitive paths. It is especially difficult to trace where two materials are butted against each other, like a pair of 2x4s side by side. In this situation, water can travel laterally or upward ...



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