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Basements can seep water through a number of openings – non-structural cracks in the wall, deteriorated mortar joints, cracks in the floor or the cove joint seepage between wall and floor.
The damage can be averted and, in many cases, seepage prevented by diverting rain
One of the main contributors to basement water problems is the oversaturation of soil outside the foundation.
When this soil absorbs water, it expands and creates pressure against the foundation walls. This pressure can create cracks in concrete walls or mortar joints and can ultimately cause