The colorful ends of scaffold rods...
The newest, tallest building in Philly is right by my workplace. They recently took the scaffolding down that was covering the sidewalk across the street from construction. I have walked under it twice a day & nearly every day for at least a year.
Without it there, I feel now exposed and vulnerable walking down that block without a cover overhead! Funny feeling.. I wonder how long it will last. lol
Nice to get some fresh air and a little bit of natural light in this basement . every bit of metal in the cellar had water droplets on it, every cable clip nail had a drop of water and the gas pipe was always wet and the incoming electric metal clad cable was wet .
A few days after the vents have been put in no more condensation .
This doesn't solve the damp problem it just removes the moisture from the from the air .
The York stone flag floor is still wet and all the timber floor above is still wet and damp it will take time to dry out .
Its often cause by natural ground water for failing drainage this is probably due to mains sewerage drainage leaking below the main road .
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