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    Damp proofing / dealing with rising damp in an old house

    Sorry, no John I haven't.
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    Damp proofing / dealing with rising damp in an old house

    Thanks a lot guys. I have thought about a water pipe but there aren't any on that side of the house, however the youtube videos are very interesting, some of what was on there is exactly what we had. I thought it was concrete they had put on the walls but it could have been a tanking slurry...
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    Damp proofing / dealing with rising damp in an old house

    Hi, it's lower at the front by about two brick levels, at the back it's closer to equal. I've started digging that out a bit and clearing old bushes, etc. A damp guy did come round once but dismissed any issue with the outside, I wasn't as convinced as he was.
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    Damp proofing / dealing with rising damp in an old house

    Hi guys I'm about halfway through renovating the first of three ground floor rooms in my home, which was built around 1900 and have a couple of queries about the damp I have. We live in an area with a high water table (we're about 25 metres from the River Severn) and the house hasn't had...
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