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Another sign of spring ... leaking basements

Experts say seasonal thaw tends to feed problem

7:55 PM, Mar. 22, 2013
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For some unfortunate homeowners, spring's arrival often means a wet basement.

The annual freezing and thawing cycles can damage concrete basement walls and floors, creating cracks where water can get in, said Ryan Weyers, a representative for Sure-Dry Basement Systems in Menasha.

"A lot of times we start to see foundations failing at between 15 and 30 years of age," he said. ...

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