|Old pebble dash stucco and wood lath is stripped off on this historical remodeling project.||Through the scaffold boards you can see the early tarpaper
and 1 by
Note that the sheathing is still in excellent shape after 80 years. The old tarpaper
looks homemade like someone painted a roll of paper black.
|A plastic tent allows work space to be heated in cold weather.||A view of one of the heaters.|
|Decorative band is first framed with 2 by 4's||The band is formed with one by fours,
and filled with mortar.
|The basement has ICF. Here the wall is straightened with the brown coat.||Finished product. The top floor has pebble dash stucco to duplicate the original. The bottom floor is a sand finish, finished with white portland cement and sand.|