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Dec
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22
accepted Is it normal for the concrete covering my interior perimeter drain to be damp?
Dec
22
comment Is it normal for the concrete covering my interior perimeter drain to be damp?
I am only bothered if the dampness is caused by a failing drain system and not natural moisture. I'd rather not use a sealant, since as you note, there is really no stopping water!
Dec
22
comment Is it normal for the concrete covering my interior perimeter drain to be damp?
I do notice when I run a dehumidified the amount of damp concrete appears less than when I don't run one. I can't tell from that if the water being removed is coming from the air or the ground. I'll give this technique a try.
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asked Is it normal for the concrete covering my interior perimeter drain to be damp?