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Service: Stucco Remediation
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Location:
New Freedom Rd
Medford, NJ
Description: Guzzo Stucco’s expertise was called in to perform a complete stucco remediation and mold remediation on the inside of the house. Many windows were leaking inside the house and mold was starting to grow on the dry wall.

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  • Before front demo.
  • Damage on front of house.
  • Right side of house completely rotted from improper building paper and no window flashing.
  • Building paper completely rotted and OSB rotted.
  • Building paper disintegrated.
  • Damage at corner from wrong building paper.
  • Building paper deteriorated.
  • OSB sheathing coming off as the stucco is being removed.
  • OSB sheathing stuck to the stucco came completely off with the removal of the stucco.
  • Rotted OSB and mold growth all over the wall.
  • Damage and mold growth everywhere.
  • Extreme damage. All OSB sheathing and studs are rotted. All of the insulation has to get replaced.
  • Damage next to window.
  • Damage under window.
  • Mold remediation on outside of house. Shockwave getting sprayed on mold as an antimicrobial.
  • All of the sheathing and studs are rotted on the first floor.
  • OSB sheathing replaced.
  • Flashing of rough opening for proper window installation.
  • Studs completely rotted. Rim board completely rotted. Sheet rock wet and growing mold.
  • Sheet rock growing mold.
  • Studs rotted and sheet rock growing mold.
  • Mold all over the studs and sheet rock.
  • The moisture continued to make its way all the way through the house to the sheet rock.
  • Floor line rotted. Water traveled back into the house at the floor lines.
  • Mold all over sheet rock of first floor.
  • Mold everywhere at the floor line. Shockwave antimicrobial getting sprayed on mold.
  • Mold growth on sheet rock from the inside of home.
  • New OSB sheathing installed.
  • Inside corner completely rotted.
  • Rough opening pan flashing installed.
  • Proper window flashing.
  • Inside corner damage from having no kick-out diverter.
  • No kick-out diverter causes extreme damage.
  • Aftershock mold chemical applied on mold to seal it.
  • Mold remediation on outside of house.
  • Everything rotted on chimney.
  • White mold growth.
  • Flashing of door with ice and water shield.
  • Aftershock used to seal mold.
  • Pan flashing for door with ice and water shield.
  • The attic vent gets flashed the same way a window would.
  • Front of house all stucco removed.
  • OSB sheathing completely rotted and coming off as the stucco is being removed.
  • Sheathing completely gone and disintegrated. Studs completely rotted.
  • Plywood stuck on piece of stucco that was removed.
  • Front of house completely rotted.
  • Damage can occur anywhere if the stucco is not installed properly.
  • Damage from inside corner with no kick-out diverter.
  • No kick-out causes damage.
  • Front house damage and covered with plastic overnight.
  • Front of garage completely rotted.
  • As we removed the stucco, the sheathing came off with it.
  • Front of house covered in plastic.
  • Improper flashing of the portico causes damage on the left and right side.
  • Portico not flashed properly.
  • Sheathing replaced.
  • Aftershock chemical used on studs to seal the mold.
  • New OSB installed and windows flashed properly.
  • New window flashing and OSB sheathing.
  • New sheathing.
  • Almost all the sheathing on the front of the house had to get replaced and all of the windows had to get pulled and re-flashed properly.
  • Attic vent gets flashed exactly like a window.
  • Weep screed at framing-foundation junction to provide drainage.
  • Drip cap head flashing installed on top of window.
  • Head flashing installed on windows and doors.
  • Kick-out diverters installed on inside corners.
  • Kick-out diverter.
  • Kick-out installed under roof at inside corner. .
  • Properly installed kick-out diverter.
  • Wire lathe installed.
  • Expansion joints and stop beads installed.
  • Studs rotted.
  • Sheathing completely rotted.
  • Mold remediation on outside of garage.
  • Aftershock mold chemical and new insulation installed.
  • Antimicrobial Aftershock applied on studs.
  • Front of garage completely rotted.
  • New sheathing installed on front of garage.
  • Stop beads installed to control for expansion and contraction of differential materials. Rainscreen also installed.
  • Expansion joint at floor line on front of house.
  • Wire lathe on top of rainscreen and staples installed only in the studs.
  • Staples only in studs to hold up wire lathe.
  • Detached garage brown coated. Notice weep screed at framing-foundation junction to allow for drainage.
  • Front of detached garage.
  • Back of house completed stucco remediation.
  • Back of house stucco remediation completed. Notice the weep screed at the bottom of the framing to allow for drainage.
  • Left side of house completed stucco remediation.
  • Front of house completed stucco remediation in Medford New Jersey.
  • Right side of house completed stucco remediation.
  • Detached garage completed stucco remediation in Medford New Jersey.
  • Finished picture custom house in Medford New Jersey.
  • Front of house custom home in Medford New Jersey.
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