Well, not exactly a disaster. But the PO of House B obviously didn't
read ahr, so didn't know that new concrete doesn't stick to old
concrete. Referenced concrete berm / speed bump was fairly intact when
we bought the house 1.75 yrs. ago but has now completely fallen apart.
Water gets into the garage, and also rots the bottom of the structure to
the left of the garage door (vicinity of personnel door.)
So I've posted links to a few pics showing the layout. We basically have
a carport outside the garage. Cars live in carport. I'm considering a
couple of options. One is a threshold seal like this:
Which I would put where the concrete berm is disintegrating rather than
under the garage door. Or, maybe use two or three of them, possibly
angled across the carport to channel water to one side.
I've also found glue-down speed bumps, whose primary advantage seems to
be that they're taller (2" vs. 1/2")
Then we get complicated with some sort of drain:
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Or maybe I make my own french drain by trenching 3' deep and filling
Any suggestions welcome.