Sources of moisture

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Penetrating dampness (sometimes referred to as 'lateral penetration') refers to any moisture sourced from outside the habitable space. This includes: precipitation (rain, snow, sleet, hail and fog); moisture from external plumbing leaks (soil, waste, rainwater and so on); any moisture entering a wall above the...

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