|Stucco wrap torn off. You may have seen my test for stucco wrap here.||Another good reason to tear off the stucco
wrap is it usually isn't folded well into the corners. When metal lath is applied, it rips
the house wrap in the corners.
At least you can see through the lath to see that it is ripped. When siding rips the tyvek, you can't see it.
|Tyvek stucco wrap off, tarpaper put on.||A metal brake is used to bend counterflashing for the roof inter sections.|
|A profile of our counterflashing. This is essential for a long term job that doesn't leak.||Finished wall showing counter flashing.|
|Sample board is made and approved.||Roof is covered with tarpaper and tape to
keep off mortar. Wood block prevents scaffold board from creasing shingles.
|Maynor dashes on the pebble mix.||Wall finished, plastic and tape pulled off.|
|Curved area at bottom, or "wash" deflects water away from wall.|