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Service: Stucco Remediation
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Liberty Place
Medford, NJ
Description: After having many windows leaking and mold growth inside the house, Guzzo Stucco stepped in and did a complete stucco remediation and mold remediation on this beautiful custom home in Medford New Jersey.

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  • Stucco trim nailed to the wall caused leaks from the nails.
  • OSB sheathing completely rotted.
  • Improper window flashing.
  • Right side of house before stucco removed.
  • Back of house before removal of stucco.
  • Leaking window causes damage behind the stucco.
  • Damage under window.
  • Extreme damage under windows from not flashing the windows properly.
  • Window leaking behind stucco.
  • 2nd floor window leaking caused major damage behind the stucco as a result of no window flashing.
  • Leaking window damage.
  • Rotted building paper and OSB sheathing.
  • Studs rotted and sheet rock on the inside of house was wet and growing mold.
  • Rotted OSB sheathing replaced.
  • Aftershock antimicrobial mold chemical used on structural members of house that contained mold.
  • “Rainscreen” installed to better efficiently manage water that absorbs through the stucco.
  • Window flashed proper with building paper tucked underneath the window pan flashing so that when the window leaks, it will leak and exit out on top of the building paper and drain out of the stucco drainage system.
  • Drainage mat “Rainscreen” installed.
  • Weep screed at framing-foundation junction begins the stucco drainage system.
  • 2 layers grade D building paper with and added layer of Rainscreen.
  • Expansion joints installed to control movement of cement on top of wood framing structure. Because we are installing cement on a wood framed house, the wood framing expands and contracts and cement is not meant to expand and contract so this may sometimes cause a crack in the stucco. These expansion joints help prevent the cracks caused by expansion and contraction from the structure of the house.
  • Drip cap head flashing installed on top of windows and doors.
  • New studs installed under the window.
  • Notice drip cap head flashing on top of window under the stucco trim.
  • Back of house before removal.
  • Removal of stucco at inside corner.
  • Window leaking behind stucco causing damage.
  • Completed stucco remediation on right side of house.
  • Texture of stucco.
  • Building paper tucked under the window pan flashing.
  • Damage under window.
  • Windows flashed properly by Guzzo Stucco.
  • New OSB sheathing installed.
  • Studs, rim board, and insulation completely rotted.
  • Aftershock mold chemical used on studs and OSB sheathing replaced.
  • Wire lathe installed on top of Rainscreen drainage mat.
  • Weep Screed at framing foundation junction.
  • Back of house.
  • Front of house.
  • Nails in stucco trim cause leaks in the house.
  • No kick-out diverter causes damage.
  • Inside corner black stain.
  • No kick-out or proper building paper caused the building paper sheathing to rot.
  • Damage goes all the way to the ground from at inside corner.
  • Improper window flashing causes damage behind real stone.
  • Front and left side removal of stucco and covered in plastic.
  • Front of house removal of stucco and stone.
  • Inside corner damage all the way to the ground.
  • Aftershock antimicrobial used on studs.
  • Back of house finish stucco.
  • Finishing stucco on back of house in Medford New Jersey.
  • Kick-out diverter properly installed.
  • OSB sheathing replaced and window flashed properly.
  • Mold remediation containment unit prepared by Guzzo Stucco.
  • Inside mold containment unit.
  • HEPA air scrubber cleans the air of mold spores.
  • Mold remediation performed by Guzzo Stucco on inside of home.
  • Interior mold remediation containment room.
  • Removal of mold on inside of home. .
  • HEPA air scrubber.
  • Aftershock antimicrobial used.
  • Aftershock kills and seals mold on structural members of house.
  • Air scrubber with HEPA air filter.
  • Mold remediation containment room.
  • Air scrubber inside containment room.
  • Front of house stone remediation.
  • Finished picture of stucco with stucco trim around window and expansion joint above window.
  • 2 layers grade D building paper.
  • Rainscreen drainage mat installed behind stone.
  • Real stone saved and reinstalled. .
  • Stone and stucco remediation
  • Stucco trim reinstalled in stone.
  • Custom real stone and stucco trim.
  • Completed stone and stucco remediation.
  • Custom real stone and stucco trim.
  • Entrance of custom stucco and stone house in Medford New Jersey.
  • Stucco light fixture feature.
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