|Paint is chipped off the old bricks for the stucco application.||The stucco on the top floor is stripped off and new self furring lath applied.|
|A weep screed is nailed at the bottom. The weep
screed allows water to escape from the bottom,
and defines the wall thickness, in this case, an
|House all lathed, ready for mortar.|
|Another view of the front.||This picture shows overlapping the counter flashing on the new metal roof with tar paper.|
|The flange on top of the window is covered
with tar paper and strips of metal lath.
|The scratch coat is applied. We mixed the mortar for the scratch coat with an acrylic bonder to make sure it never comes off.|
|This is a commercial for Flex-con, an acrylic
The flex-con is mixed half and half with
water. The mortar is dry mixed in the mortar
box, then shoveled into buckets of our
flex-con mix, and mixed with a drill.
|Putting on the finish coat.|
|The big wall on the side of the house sure
looks nice with no expansion joints.
|Another view of the finished front.|
|The hole on the front has a nice glow in the evening.|