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Well, it rained pretty heavily the entire week while I was working, so I waited a day or two before drywalling to see if I could find a leak. I believe whatever was causing the problem was fixed. I th …
answered Apr 10 '12 by joshmax
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I have 9' walls and the bottom foot or so is cement on one wall. What's the best method to drywall over this wall so no moisture seeps in? As you can see, there was moisture seeping in down at the … bottom below the window. I planned on using a moisture barrier on it, but I'm not sure if this is the best idea out there. …
asked Mar 19 '12 by joshmax