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Old 08-17-2012, 05:25 PM   #5
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Gutters and Grade

Concrete is full of water (moisture), that's just the nature of it and normal.
If you have water coming in, trace to the entrance point.
Cracks in foundations are normal especially if hairline and vertical.

Check around windows and points of entry like flashing and shifted foundations.

Sometimes, it just is a matter of soil saturation and there isn't much you can do except a french drain or something.

Call an expert for an assessment.
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