|Chimneys had much rot. Photo shows wet, rotten OSB sheathing.||This part of the chimney had rotted and fell
out. One chimney had to be rebuilt, the other
had one side replaced.
|Extensive rot below roof intersection.
This may have been prevented with a counter
flashing, and a kick-out flashing.
Imagine the arrogance of the EIFS manufacturers who claimed no flashing was
needed because their product was waterproof.
|Membrane is peeled off like an orange.
Sheathing to the left is wet and rotted.
If the advancement of a civilization is shown
|Rotted sheathing replaced. Under the windows had rot.||Garage side peeled. A lot of areas were in good shape.|
|TOP LEFT: Brown coat on garage.
Carlos rods off mortar with a 6 foot rod.
TOP: Quoins and jack arches are formed with
LEFT: Forms removed revealing the quoins.