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Service: Stucco Remediation
Job Site:
Patriot Way
Hainesport, NJ
Description: A stucco remediation was performed and many of the readings came back high. This required the complete removal of the stucco and pulling of the windows. It is required that the windows get pulled and re-flashed properly with the new drainage system of the stucco in order to guarantee that no damage will occur in the future.

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  • Before starting the stucco remediation.
  • Damage and mold growth on wood from having no kick-out diverter.
  • Damage and mold growth below window from the window not being flashed properly.
  • Severe damage from improperly flashed windows.
  • Damage at the framing-foundation junction from no allowance for drainage.
  • Damage can occur anywhere on the wall from an improperly installed stucco system.
  • Damage and mold growth on wood from having no kick-out diverter.
  • Bay roofs also need kick-out diverters on both sides of the roof. Without them, damaged is likely to occur as shown in this picture.
  • The quoins and stucco trim were nailed in place. These nails are a direct route for water to go straight in to the house.
  • Damaged wood removed and replaced.
  • Pan flashing created in the rough opening of the windows.
  • Windows flashed properly.
  • Damaged wood replaced and windows properly flashed.
  • Damaged wood from front door not being flashed.
  • Wood replaced under front door.
  • Damaged wood replaced.
  • Installation of a kick-out diverter.
  • Flashing of front door.
  • Kick-out and weep screed installed on bay roof.
  • A stop bead abuts the J channel of the siding about a half inch away in order to receive backer rod and a caulk joint. The purpose of the stop bead and caulk joint is to control for expansion and contraction of differential materials.
  • Wire lathe installed with staples that only go into the studs.
  • Vertical chalk lines represent the studs so that the staples that hold up the wire lath only go in the studs.
  • Stucco remediation project completed. Notice the offset at the framing-foundation junction and the kick-out diverters at the inside corners and at the ends of the bay roof.
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