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Service: Stucco and Stone Remediation
Job Site:
Stratton Ln
Sewell, NJ
Description: This is the second house in this development that Guzzo Stucco completed stucco and stone remediation. The entire front of this house in Sewell New Jersey had to be torn down and the all the windows had to be pulled and re-flashed properly.

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  • All the wood is rotted at the inside corner from not having a kick-out diverter.
  • Before removal of stone and stucco. Notice the black stain on the stone in the inside corner.
  • Improperly flashed window causes leak behind the stucco and stone.
  • Leaking windows cause damage behind the stucco and stone.
  • Black mold growth and rotted plywood.
  • Inside corner damage.
  • Deteriorated plywood.
  • Damaged sheathing and studs.
  • Rotted wood.
  • The plywood is so rotted that it is coming off with the stucco.
  • Plastic backing of butyl tape was never removed.
  • Damage collects at framing-foundation junction.
  • Damage on outside corner.
  • Damage from no kick-out starting to accumulate.
  • Inside corner damage.
  • House completely covered in plastic.
  • Plastic backing never removed from butyl tape.
  • Inside corner damage from no kick-out diverter.
  • Proper flashing of rough opening.
  • Rotted plywood and studs.
  • Rough opening flashed for window.
  • Damage at inside corner stains on stucco and stone.
  • Window installed with proper flashing.
  • Drip cap head flashing installed on top of windows and doors.
  • Proper window flashing with drip cap head flashing.
  • Flashing of window inside of house used to create pan to direct water from a leaking window to the outside drainage system of the stucco and stone.
  • Building paper tucked underneath the window flashing.
  • Correct window flashing with stucco drainage system.
  • Weep screed always goes at bottom of sheathing.
  • Inside corner mold remediation on studs.
  • New sheathing installed.
  • Kick-out diverter installed.
  • Weep screed on top of kick-out diverter.
  • Weep screed on roof line.
  • Weep screed at framing-foundation junction.
  • Two roof to wall intersections back to back have a left and a right kick-out diverter next to each other.
  • Lines chalked for studs.
  • Ice and water shield installed behind kick-out and below it on inside corner.
  • Entire house brown coated.
  • Completed stucco and stone remediation in Sewell, NJ.
  • Custom stucco and stone by Guzzo Stucco in Sewell.
  • Stone Craft Ledge Stone Buck Town.
  • Visible window flashing from inside before it is to get cut and caulked.
  • After window flashing is cut and caulked.
  • Window flashing cut and caulked from the inside.
  • Window flashing before it is cut and caulked.
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