If you never fail you're not trying hard enough
- 11 Jun 2021
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+1 for that. If it were mine: I would rebuild a tad wider - take in as much of the path as you can get away with - the building is quite long and thin. If the "party wall" is replaced where it is, you could add your own guttering to catch the neighbour's drips if that made it easier - but, with the walls where they are, remember that access for maintenance is probably more important. I suggest that, if you are building a wooden hobby room (good word!) that access for maintenance is essential.Looking at the picture it appears that no guttering is used on either yours or the neighbouring garage so the gap between the two must get completely saturated when it rains, I'm not surprised there's water coming under the wall. If you use it in it's current state then I would try and at least address that otherwise it will always be damp. Trouble is it involves the neighbour which can extremely variable....