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|I took this
picture of this building in Washington, DC. The
stucco application is failing because
the stucco sticks out past the window mullion
allowing water penetration.
|Design for failure: This 4 year old
house in Arlington, Virginia has severe rot under
all the windows. In this case, the material is a
cement basecoat with a synthetic (fake) finish. Not
only does the material project out past the window
mullion, but the weep groove is filled with an ugly
gob of caulk.
|Follow the instructions:
The manufacturer of these windows made
a well designed system for drainage for water that enters the window and for condensation. These weep grooves are frequently sealed with caulk, causing damage and rot.
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I am in Northern Virginia, in the Washington, DC area. These aren't
just Virginia Stucco problems
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