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Waterproof or lathing an area where a chimney was removed
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Thank you all for watching this free crash course on waterproofing and lathing an area where a chimney was removed.
Now you know, have a wonderful day.

Howdy, guys and gals, I explain how we repaired the lath where this video removed this chimney.
The homeowner removed this chimney as it was settling too much and had structural cracks.
How to lath and repair stucco where a chimney was removed.
I used jumbo Tex which addresses the requirements for weather-resistive barriers while exceeding all standards for Grade “D” building paper.
An asphalt-saturated kraft paper, this cost-effective solution offers durability that resists tears and punctures on the home.

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https://stuccoplastering.com/ Kirk’s website and contact information.
https://www.GiordanoPlastering.com/ My son, Jason’s Website or contact info.
Kirk & Jason Giordano’s worldwide online training class about lathing around a removed brick chimney.

Thank you all for watching, and wishing all a beautiful day!

lathing an area where they removed their chimney.
Waterproofing an area where a chimney was removed.

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