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Posted by  Clay on February 26, 2004 at 07:51:51:

In Reply to:  Re: waterproofing garage conversion... posted by li arch on February 25, 2004 at 16:26:55:

What is the distance from the top of the existing slab to grade [outside the garage]? Your solution sounds half way decent but I'd run the flashing down the inside face of the new CMU, then under the new CMU [set in mastic as I noted before] and then be sure to run the flashing far enough down the exterior face of the slab and the existing foundation wall-- I'd go may be 12". in this way, if water seeps into the new CMU you have protection against it going any fruther into the new floor cavity. Also, apply a good water-resistant coating on the exterior face of the new CMU to seal it against water seepage. Hope this is clear!

 
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