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Service: Stucco Remediation
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Location:
Sawmill Rd
Monroeville, NJ
Description: This house in Monroeville New Jersey started getting cracks and buckling away from the wall. Guzzo Stucco performed a complete stucco remediation and pulled all of the windows and re-flashed them. The original system installed on this house was hard coat stucco on top of insulated foam board used in EIFS.

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  • Attempt to caulk and seal inside corner never works.
  • Hard coat stucco installed on top of insulated foam board.
  • Nails cause direct route for water and mold was growing on the plywood around the nails.
  • Plywood damage on inside corner from no kick-out diverter.
  • Plywood rotted and eaten by termites at inside corner from no kick-out diverter.
  • Plywood rotted and eaten by termites.
  • Inside corner rotted from no kick-out diverter.
  • Window leaking caused damage to plywood and damage at bottom of plywood from no allowance for drainage.
  • Improper window flashing causes damage to plywood.
  • No kick-out diverter causes damage.
  • Removal of stucco on front of house. Exposed house gets covered with plastic every night.
  • Nails caused direct route for water to go in house. This picture shows the nail holes in the insulation and the mold growth on the insulation where the nails were.
  • Even though the chimney was all block, without a kick-out diverter damage still accumulated on the framed part of the inside corner.
  • Rim board completely rotted and eaten by termites.
  • Termites ate wet and rotted plywood.
  • Proper window flashing.
  • Drip cap head flashing installed on windows and doors.
  • Rim board completely removed.
  • New plywood installed.
  • The structure of the chimney is all block but it still needs a kick-out diverter on the inside corners.
  • Aftershock mold chemical used on studs with slight mold.
  • New rim board installed.
  • Kick-out diverter installed.
  • Rotted plywood replaced.
  • Completed stucco remediation on back of house in Monroeville, NJ.
  • Masonry arch on top of chimney reconstructed.
  • Masonry arch reconstructed.
  • Left side of house completed stucco remediation. Notice the weep screed at the framing-foundation junction allowing drainage.
  • Front of house completed stucco remediation in Monroeville New Jersey.
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