|Service: Stucco Remediation
|Description: Custom house in Monroeville New Jersey was only 2 years old before Guzzo Stucco performed a complete stucco remediation and re-flashed all the windows and doors.
- Left side of house before removal of stucco.
- Damage from windows not being flashed properly with the stucco.
- Front of house rotted wood and mold damage everywhere.
- Plywood rotted all over.
- Left side of house rotted wood.
- Windows flashed and some plywood replaced.
- Before removal of stucco.
- Very thin stucco application and wrong building paper installed.
- Corner rotted and building paper stuck on back of cement.
- Window leaking causes rot and mold.
- Damage under window.
- Damage under windows.
- Plywood rotted everywhere.
- Wet plywood.
- Damage all over wall from improper building paper.
- Damaged plywood came off with the stucco.
- Mold and rotted wood accumulated everywhere from faulty stucco system.
- White mold growth.
- Growing white mold.
- Mold growing everywhere on wing wall.
- Window flashing of rough opening.
- Window flashing.
- Moisture readings on sheathing.
- High moisture readings everywhere on plywood.
- Moderate moisture readings.
- A moisture reading of 20 is elevated.
- Moisture readings of 8 and 10 are low.
- Moisture reading of 28 is high.
- High moisture readings all over.
- Picture of flashed rough opening and window with caulk on the back of the nailing flange about to get set into the rough opening.
- This is a moisture reading of about 13.
- Acceptable moisture reading of 14.
- Moisture reading of 13 acceptable. .
- Properly flashed windows.
- Exposed house was covered with Tyvek every night after work.
- Front of house covered for the night in Tyvek.
- Rough opening of windows flashed properly.
- Windows installed on flashing.
- Acceptable moisture reading of 11.
- All windows flashed properly.
- All through wall penetrations sealed with ice and water shield. Also notice the weep screed installed at the framing-foundation junction.
- Rainscreen installed on top of 2 layers of grade D building paper.
- Saddle flashing with ice and water shield on top of wing wall.
- The plastic backing of the ice and water shield always has to get peeled off when getting installed in order to function properly. A lot of times we find that the ice and water shield was tacked in place with staples and the plastic backing still on the back. That makes the ice and water shield ineffective.
- Saddle flashing on top of wing wall completed.
- Rainscreen installed on ceiling area.
- Stop beads installed on top of rainscreen.
- Stop beads, expansion joint, and rainscreen.
- Wire lathe on front of house.
- Stucco remediation completed. Windows have drip cap head flashing, stop beads with caulk joint, and weep screed at framing foundation junction.
- Completion of stucco remediation on left side of house.
- Stucco remediation completed on front of house. Notice the offset from the weep screed at the framing-foundation junction.
- Door pan flashing.
- Angle iron installed to support feature limestone sills through the stucco.
- Chalked lines on top of rainscreen to show where the studs are for the staples that hold up the wire lathe.
- Back of house almost completed.
- Moisture reading of 10.
- Ice and water shield installed behind the kick-out diverter.
- Moisture reading of 10 on plywood is low.
- Back of house completed.
- Back of house completed stucco remediation in Monroeville, NJ
- Amazing custom stucco house in Monroeville New Jersey by Guzzo Stucco.
- Stucco Remediation completed.