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Author Topic: Interior Drain system  (Read 3651 times)
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« on: April 27, 2009, 02:59:00 PM »

I am new to your site.  Thank you for the opportunity.

The problem described by Jamie  on 2/20/2006 titled "interior water control system" is shared by my basement.  My interior drain tile system was installed three weeks ago.  Where the new and old concrete meet is where I find slight moisture.   In the same area of the basement where I had previously had water coming up throught the slab, the new concrete took the longest to dry.  And now the old concrete there is darkening with slight moisture.

Is this of concern?  Is it possible that the old concrete is wicking the water from the new concrete?

Hoping this will not be a problem once new concrete completely dries.

Any suggestions would be of great help.
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