Sep 06, 2018 7:28 pm
I have a section of my brick house which has a garden bed directly against it. I'd like to damp-proof it before I replant. I have a can of bitumen paint but am happy to use other options instead if it's advised?
Do I need to dampproof right down to the bottom course of bricks? I've dug out to about four courses and there still seems to be more bricks - I've already filled two bins with soil!
Also, are there any alternatives that I should be considering other than bitumen?
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