R > I am a newbie to home repair so please bear with me if I don't get all
R > the terminology correct.
We all had to learn some time! :)
R > My kitchen wall, which is facing the front of my house, has three huge
R > windows.
R > The house is built on a slab. The point where the wall meets the slab
R > is 7 inches below where my kitchen floor meets the wall.
R > [The outside of this wall is all brick.]
R > The problem:
R > On certain days when it rains water seeps in where my kitchen floor
R > meets the wall. Interestingly, it doesn't necessarily happen when we
R > have a lot of rain. I checked the roof, the gutters etc. No issues
R > there.
Are you sure? Is it possible rain is leaking in though a seam above
the windows, down the inside of the wall, and out at the base? If the
house is two-story check the upstairs window also. Check not only the
window above the leak site but also over several feet.
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