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janjoie
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« on: February 03, 2010, 06:50:15 PM »

Hi! It's great to have found this forum!!
My partner and I have just moved into this house 3 months ago.  After every rain since then,  we would find water on the floors of our basement.  Being unfinished,  we simply thought water seeped through the boarded-up windows.  With the heavy rains of last week, though,  we saw that water was actually pouring in from some parts of the wall, a foot from the floor. Now the basement floor has obviously been lowered by the previous owners ,and, from the outside,  the concrete on the side where water pours in has crumbled after the extreme cold we've had here in Toronto the past two weeks or so.  
I would like to know if this should be fixed externally or from within?  I understand there's both ways but which would be more economical in the long run?  Also, would anyone know what an approximate amount would for this?  
Your response would be greatly appreciated.

Jan
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