Building Standards; Getting It Right!
Nov 19, 2018 8:58 pm
I recently had a concrete apron done around the house. But the concreter has not put a Ableflex layer between the house and the concrete.
Is this really necessary? I'm concerned about water running between the concrete and the wall causing problems to the structure. The soil is class P.
Re: Is Ableflex a must when doing a pavement around the hous3
Nov 19, 2018 10:00 pm
It isn't a regulatory requirement but it is a good idea to have it.
You can get other products, Selleys have a filler that is often used.
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