The problem that you face is external rather than internal in that spalling usually happens where the internal surface freezes but that seems so unlikely
There are a number of epoxy-resins and similar concrete repair products on the market as since I'm in England I can only give you generic keywords to search on
If it is possible, I would advise you to install some sort of land drainage around the property like a gravelled trench to drain away the excess water that settles in the wall That should remove the cause of the spalling
In the Master Bedroom on the wall . In the Master Bedroom on the wall .
Yes a Retainer wall is a structure, that holds back earth.
NO. -Concrete may be a 'dry' wall, however it is NOT Drywall.
can you answer it i have a 3 bedroom static caravan but my bedroom is to small can i remove a wall to make extra room
Yes. Most of the Berlin Wall was made of prefabricated concrete slabs.
The maximum thickness of a reinforced concrete wall is 203 mm.
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A school analogy for a cell wall is a brick wall, concrete wall. A brick wall.