I wish I had an answer for you. Without knowing a myriad of factors, I hesitate to make any statements. Removing the floor is always the best optio...
KingVolcanoMember since 03/03/05
I would have to inspect the area to properly give you an answer. I just do not feel comfortable. I do not like the idea of having any pockets of...
I have not tried that product, but please allow me to add a comment. Water/hydrostatic pressure can be a real bugger to prevent. Your surface pr...
Bill, if you do not have any experience with the Humidex units, please do not comment about them. Your post is incorrect in your assumption on how ...
A self leveling epoxy would be strong. Do not confuse epoxy paint with epoxy. A good epoxy will be 100% solids and if applied to a properly prepare...
I would assume if you had any leaks, you would see the stains on the ceiling. You can have the walls tested for moisture content.
Dehumidifiers are expensive to operate on a monthly basis. Dehumidifiers do not circulate air, so the air quality in your basement can be poor and ...
Without seeing your situation, it is hard to make a suggestion. If you have any concerns of moisture, DO NOT trap moisture between your wall. It wi...
Acid etching...there is a bio friendly etch that can be used in a basement and sucked up with a wet/dry vac. I cannot remember the name of the prod...
Each type of concrete has it's own characteristics and it will vary slightly from batch to batch. As a rule of thumb, total cure for most concrete ...
You may want to consider an REAL epoxy floor, not epoxy paint. Do not buy the cheap crap at home depot, buy a good two part INDUSTRIAL epoxy from B...
Mold can be treated as can the moisture issue with concrete. If you have any questions, please contact me below, I would be happy to help. kingv...
I disagree with Fortress. I also think Fortress should not offer such unsound advice. If this is your professional opinion, you should seek a new p...
You would be best to call a professional. A good qualit injection system will cost you much more than the cost to hire someone.
You can buy tubes of epoxy from Home Depot. I have used it for small jobs with success. Larger jobs are not easy to do and you are best hiring some...
Have a contractor spray polyurethane spray foam for insulation. It is the best for your situation.
Look into spray foam insulation. Closed cell polyurethane foam has an R value of 6.8 per inch. It will not settle, it will out-gas completely withi...
Any crack is an issue. Also, it could be a sign of a structural problem. There are a few good companies out there that can address the crack. I wou...
I wish i could see your basement to give you advise. Can you email me pics? Any question, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do not put a latex paint on your stone walls. You want a breathable product that will allow moisture to come out. If you have any air flow, the moi...