Penetrating damp question (Small 2x3m outhouse convestion)

Discussion in 'Builders' Talk' started by Ryan6am, Jan 19, 2021.

  1. Ryan6am

    Ryan6am New Member

    Hi guys,

    Wondering if any kind souls out there could offer me a few tips?

    I'm planning on insulating/plasterboarding a small 2x3m brick outhouse with a concrete floor/ceiling in my garden to use as a room... However, there's a damp looking patch that occurs on the far wall when it rains (which dries out pretty quickly when it stops and doesn't actually feel wet to the touch, the rest of the building seems pretty permanently dry). Had the entire building repointed a few years ago but noticed there's still a handful of gaps in the bottom layer of bricks, which is also entirely covered by soil/gravel on the outside so not sure if the combination of that could be the culprit?

    I've attached a few images to this thread - any advice on how I could fix it would be greatly appreciated!

    All the best,

    Ryan
     

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  2. Jord86

    Jord86 Screwfix Select

    Google KA Tanking Slurry.
     
  3. ginger tuffs

    ginger tuffs Screwfix Select

    rack some off stones away from wall to see if it drys up but as jord said tank
     
  4. Ryan6am

    Ryan6am New Member

    Thanks guys, really appreciate it!
     

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