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1756 Rising Damp - House Exterior - Masonry
 
1756 Rising Damp - House Exterior - Masonry -

Image Text: Where the water evaporates back out from the brick, efflorescence/damage can often be found > water wicked up from the damp soil rises through the brickwork by capillary action > grade level > water penetration > solid masonry exterior wall > floor framing > brick foundation (typically 3 bricks thick)

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