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Concrete absorbs water. That’s why it can never be finishing layer in this type of situations. Even if it is properly tilted that wouldn't solve your problem completely. You must protect it. Now, if you want to do it right it's a bit more complex than just putting tiles. If you are short on money you can do just that but it's not proper solution. Firstly you ...


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bcworkz and Snowman are right, but I would like to add some details. This is without doubt moisture damaged, and everything that has moisture or water damage must be removed and changed. Also, water and sewerage pipes in this bathroom are questionable, at best, so I strongly recommend that you check them. But, I’m not sure that is the end of your problems: ...


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...which is to say, you need a sump pump, because you will NEVER reliably stop it from the inside, and there's not likely to be any way you can gain access to the outside of the pit to waterproof it properly - and "properly" does indeed mean "from the outside." If you cannot waterproof from the outside, all you can do is pump it away, in any basement (other ...



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