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Re: Putting in a vapor barrier or slab in basement?
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Maybe a slab with french drains around?

Subscribed, for similar reasons. Not our basement thankfully, but a garage/shed building we have has a similar issue with a slab in place, it does have room for drainage but the link to outside drains have perished, so it puddles a bit.

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I bought a house with a dirt floor in the basement. Moisture seepage is doing a number on the pipes and boiler.

I don't even know what kind of contractors do this kind of work...

Does anyone know whether a vapor barrier or a concrete slab is a better idea?

What kind of contractors do this sort of work? Any recommendations/referrals for contractors I should contact?

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