|Entrance to these offices looked kinda
shabby with torn up EIFS.
|Typical of areas with high traffic (or low traffic)
is beat up flimsy foam.
|The EIFS is
stripped off and replaced
with inch thick cement mortar.
Picture shows strips at the top, that is
the top is formed and filled.
coat we put on was white,
and later painted to match.
My dog is inspecting the work.
|This EIFS was in terrible
shape by the parking lot.
is chipped up prior to stucco application with a chipping
hammer to assure a good bond.
|A view of the brown coat shows where
the wall was filled out with solid cement
mortar over 2 inches thick to match the
thickness. The EIFS is put in bags to
haul away without blowing all over the place.
|After a finish coat, and the wall is painted
to match, we have a decent product that
will last for years, maybe centuries.
If a car bumps my wall, it will do more damage to the car than the wall.
|Trucks bumped into the wall next to the
grocery store. The EIFS here was stuck
back on with orange spray foam.
|There were several birds nests in the
These nests were from starlings which is unusual. Most of the nests we find are
We rebuilt the bands with metal lath and
super hard cement mortar. If a truck bumps into this wall, they will know it.