What is the best approach to waterproofing stone foundation walls?
We have a 100-year-old home, and are introducing exterior foundation drains to help mitigate water infiltration in basement. What is the best approach to waterproofing stone foundation walls? Spray-on products?
We will be excavating to expose entire foundation wall, introducing perforated pipe to daylight, creating a drainage plane against wall with aggregate. Given the porosity of the existing stone foundation, we'd like to consider a spray on or paint on waterproofing application. Looking for advice.
Posted Sun, 09/25/2011 - 11:54
Edited Mon, 09/26/2011 - 04:49
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