My husband recently re-tuckpointed a portion of our 1912 built home interior stone foundation wall in the basement. Instead of water/dampness coming through the stone wall, it is now damp on the concrete floor next to the wall. My husband is concerned that this dampness will seep into the next room which is remodeled with tile. The concrete floor is not super thick but my husband is inclined to trench it and put in a pipe and sump to deal with the water. Should this dampness be address or just leave it alone. Or is there another solution? Thanks in advance for advice.