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Posted: 09 Jan. 2018,22:37 QUOTE

Hi guys - newbie post. I have a property that is getting some water into a basement room from gaps between the pavement and render/brickwork on the side flank of the property. I'm wondering whether a cement/mortar fillet along the junction would help prevent ingress or if there is a more flexible product anyone could recommend. Possibly a different solution altogether!?

Not sure how to post pics to the thread, if someone can point me to a help area I'll get some uploaded/linked.

Thanks in advance!


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Posted: 09 Jan. 2018,22:41 QUOTE

OK - think I figured out how to post pics... apologies if this is not the right way!

http://photobucket.com/gallery....f=


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Posted: 10 Jan. 2018,08:32 QUOTE

Hi Smiffy. There are a number of products you can source i e. Sika amongst others from the big sheds. Could try it but if it groundwater below paving then could be a tanking job.

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Posted: 10 Jan. 2018,15:56 QUOTE

Quote (seanandruby @ 10 Jan. 2018,08:32)
Hi Smiffy. There are a number of products you can source i e. Sika pave and others from the big sheds. Could try it but if it groundwater below paving then could be a tanking job.

Thanks Sean - much appreciated. I'll check out the Sika range.

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