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    Nikogar

    6 years ago

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    While this will not keep the rain out, it will prevent or mitigate rainwater damage. Some of the worst discoloration and seasonal wear to your porch's wood or concrete floor will be caused by water. In the case of a wooden porch, installing a drain is relatively simple and cheap; you simply cut a hole in the floor with a jigsaw, pop in a.
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    Kigabar

    6 years ago

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    Sep 06,  · Protect your balcony from rain, heat, and pests with mesh fabric blinds. Balcony blinds made of fabrics (also known as rain curtains) let more light reach your balcony than imitation-wood blinds. They also allow for better ventilation than transparent PVC blinds. Fabric blinds will also help keep your balcony free of mosquitos and other vemahevirtuzelkefetefarbipers.co: 26K.
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    Mejinn

    6 years ago

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    I have rain leaking into the top of my two window frames, bathroom and kitchen. These windows are right above each other. no leaking at other windows. Please help!! Email Save Comment Follow. Comments (19) C F. 4 years ago. Sort of hard to tell what's going on in your video. I had this happen with one of my windows and it was caused by.
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    Arashishura

    6 years ago

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    Wait to stain the deck until the weather forecast indicates that it will not rain for at least 48 hours. For some regions, this could mean waiting several months until you can stain the deck. It might be difficult to wait to stain the deck, but it will prevent hours of extra work.
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    Kemuro

    6 years ago

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    Aug 18,  · If you have a water problem entering from the bottom of the screen make the plastic long enough to channel the rain water over the opening or balcony .
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    Kalabar

    6 years ago

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    When I first built my pergola, my shade idea was to grow vines over the top of it. Specifically, Wisteria. I love the look of those beautiful purple flowers in the spring. And it provides lots of shade. Vines aren’t quite as good at rain protection as some of the other options in my pergola cover ideas list.
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    Viramar

    6 years ago

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    If from a window or door it would probably be more sporadic and only happen when the wind pushes the rain against the wall. It could also be comming from a siding problem. As I said my bet would be that it is a roof leak and the reason you see it at the base of the wall is the way your house was insulated.
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    Mern

    6 years ago

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    Make sure the balcony is sloped properly to maintain adequate drainage to prevent damage to the underlying surface.