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Title: Introductory guide to damp in buildings
Authors: Grobbelaar, C.S
Billinggum, P.A
Keywords: Leaking
Walls
Roof
Rising
Damp
Buildings
National building research institute of the CSIR
Issue Date: 1975
Publisher: NBRI/CSIR
Series/Report no.: BG
5
Abstract: The most basic function of a building is to protect its occupants and their possessions from the weather. It is no wonder therefore that a leaking root, or finishes marred by dump, leave the owner feeling cheated- his building isn’t doing the job for which it was designed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4655
ISBN: 0 7988 0756 3
Appears in Collections:Water resources and human health
National building research institute of the CSIR
General science, engineering & technology

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