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Old 07-20-2012, 03:21 PM  
MichaelC
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The grade was too high..it was causing basement seepage and, of course, the sheathing rot.
I've had a backhoe in to lower the grade enough to keep the water problem under control but the house is on bedrock and I have rock very close to the wall so we're waiting for the rock drill to show up to give us room to properly fix the drainage.



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