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When is it necessary to install sealant between the base of building walls and pavement to prevent moisture from wicking up the wall? How does the climate affect this decision?


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From Cameron Duncan of M-NCPPC on July 14, 2015:
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From Cameron Duncan of M-NCPPC on July 14, 2015:
Necessary in all cases? No, but likely far away the majority. Climate? Moreso the subsoil and underground moisture source(s). Climate less so, though a contributor.

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Tagged categories: Asia Pacific; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Good Technical Practice; Latin America; North America; Sealant


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