Stucco Remediation in Chester County

Specializing in Windows, Doors, & Siding
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Stucco Remediation Process

Stucco failures occur where stucco meets window frames, door frames, trim boards, decking ledgers, patios, roofing & the list goes on. We use the latest building science practices and materials to deliver high-quality remediation services. SkyView has worked with the area’s leading third-party stucco inspectors and has satisfied all of their requirements on our projects. A stucco inspector will produce a detailed report of problematic areas with photographs and moisture readings, along with a detailed scope of work to be performed. We understand the financial burden this has placed on your family and this is why we recommend a third-party inspection. This is the first step in a homeowner understanding the extent of remediation required.

Providing our clients with long-term, cost-saving solutions.

Expert Stucco Remediation 

Stucco Remediation has become an epidemic in the Chester County area and beyond. SkyView has the necessary experience working with residential envelope systems to face this issue head-on. Specializing in windows, doors & siding has enabled us to react quickly to the issue of stucco failure.

Call us today for a Free Consultation and to receive a detailed quote!

Once a home has been remediated and protected from moisture, you can choose any siding products; such as traditional lap siding, stucco or stone.

This is why we have success with our stucco remediation projects:

  • Proper use of bituminous tape flashings around windows and doors
  • Proper use of aluminum head flashing and sill pans for window and doors
  • Aluminum heavy gauge, seamless kick-out flashing at gutter/roof junctions.
  • Liquid flashing applied where tape and aluminum methods aren’t as effective, as in sealing terminations between differing substrates while maintaining vapor permeability.
  • House wrap applied in the proper order to create shingling effect at seams
  • Two layers of weather resistive barrier and a drainage mat behind scratch coats where masonry is applied over wood framing.
  • EZ bead installed around stucco/stone termination areas, and sealed with caulked
  • Weep screed along joints between foundation and framing.
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