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Service: Stucco Remediation
Job Site:
Fox Haven Ln
Harrison, NJ
Description: A stucco inspection showed very high moisture readings on the house. Much of the damage was caused from not having kick-out diverters, no weep screed allowing drainage, and no window flashing.

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  • Rafters of the deck extremely rotted from improper installation of stucco.
  • No window flashing caused extreme damage to the wood behind the stone. Notice how the building paper is on top of the nailing flange of the window. When the window leaks, the water will come out behind the nailing flange and behind the building paper. Flashing of the rough opening is required.
  • Damage at inside corner from not having a kick-out diverter.
  • No kick-out diverters on chimney cause extreme damage.
  • Close up of damage on chimney from no kick-out.
  • Many studs were completely rotted along with the rim board. Mold started growing on the sheetrock and subfloor on the inside of the house.
    Structural members of the house rotted.
  • New wood installed.
  • Vertical chalk lines represent studs for the staples that hold up the wire lathe to only go in the studs.
  • Trim detail installed with foam.
  • Profile of arch and keystone.
  • Weep screed follows the framing-foundation junction.
  • Stucco Remediation completed on front of house.
  • The front entry porch was jack hammered out. The front door was then pulled out and flashed properly. This picture shows the rebar right before the porch got poured with concrete.
  • Pouring of concrete for porch.
  • Visible door flashing and finished limestone porch.
  • Limestone steps and door flashing.
  • Limestone steps with stone on the risers.
  • Sheathing damage and mold growth from the deck above not being flashed properly.
  • Damage at framing-foundation junction from no weep screed allowing drainage.
  • Un-flashed window causes damage.
  • Damage at framing-foundation junction from no weep screed allowing drainage.
  • Overall look of damage under deck.
  • Reconstruction of deck.
  • Damage and mold growth from leaking window.
  • Pan flashing of a door.
  • Door reinstalled with proper flashing.
  • Damaged wood replaced at the bottom.
  • Preparation of deck flashing with butyl tape.
  • Deck flashing drip edge installed.
  • All of the OSB sheathing was replaced under the deck.
  • Chalk lines show the studs for the staples that hold up the wire lathe.
  • Detail bands at top of chimney.
  • Stucco Remediation completed.
  • Stucco Remediation completed in Hainesport New Jersey.
  • This picture shows the offset created by the weep screed at the framing foundation junction and also you can see 2 kick-out diverters on the chimney.
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