Tracy Lee wrote: I had also thought I could start the epdm on the top side of the block poking holes through it where it would need to slip over the bolts for the sill plate, then put down the sill plate gasket and then the sill plate. That should certainly hold the epdm from slipping down and moisture coming up through the block into the sill plate. Is there any contradictions to having the rubber under the sill plate like that, we would put the regular foam gasket on top of the rubber as well?
Blend of portland cement, fine treated silica sand and active proprietary chemicals. When mixed with water and applied as a cementitious coating, the active chemicals cause a catalytic reaction which generates
a non-soluble crystalline formation of dendritic fibers within the pores and capillary tracts of concrete. This process causes concrete to become permanently sealed against the penetration of liquids from any direction.