05:44PM | 12/05/04
Member Since: 12/04/04
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What would be the possible cause of water spots coming through in basically circles on my front porch? There is a stress crack around it, so could this be from it being wet outside or would I be unfortunate in having an underground leak? This is on my front porch only and it is usually dry and grey during non-rainy times and I don't see any reason that there would be any plumbing pipes run under my front porch for it to be a leak. I have a well so I can't tell if there is a leak from a water bill because I don't get those. Please Help!!!


06:26PM | 12/05/04
Member Since: 12/04/04
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I just checked again and there is another spot of wet on my front porch that is wet but there is no crack around it. What could this be?


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