Looking for advice for a home repair problem I'm experiencing. Here is some background on the issue. I have a 1951 Cape Cod home that has two concrete steps and a concrete porch which leads you into the house. Now, in the basement, directly beneath the concrete porch, there is a small room that appears to be a shelter of sort built into the basement. Recently with the snow and rain lately, I've just noticed there is water coming from the roof of that room, which I'm assuming is coming from the concrete porch above it. It must have started weeks ago as I have just noticed it. So, here is my question. Has this happened to anyone on the board before and if so how can it be repaired? I've checked a bunch of sites and have seen repair advice from filling cracks with a waterproof sealant to waterproofing the porch with 6 mil plastic and adhere waterproof carpet to the porch to resurfacing the porch with concrete and finally replacing the concrete porch/stoop altogether. Not knowing how the water is coming through the porch to the ceiling will not help with locate an exact answer to this problem, I understand that. Right now, I'm just looking for solution suggestions/experiences that I'm sure has happened to someone locally that can share their experience so I can get an idea of what to expect - both good and bad as well as cheap vs. expensive repairs regarding this type of house problem. I'm at a loss right now and, I think, I'm just going to grin and bear this until spring (assuming that I can't do anything about it now) but if anyone can offer any advice or experience at all regarding this, I would appreciate it. Thanks guys!