June, 2019 - Washington, DC

EIFS blows off

in Washington, DC

EIFS done right in Washington, DC.

EIFS flapping in the wind poses a hazard to traffic on Wisconsin Avenue.

fight to restore stucco

Historic pebble dash was replaced with masonite siding, corrupting the historic value of this house in the Georgetown area of Washington, DC.

Old yellow pebble dash house in Washington, DC in 1959.

Old yellow pebble dash house as it appeared in 1959. Note the '59 pontiac wide track.

historically offensive masonite siding in Washington, DC.

Close-up view of the historically offensive masonite siding.

Not only is the siding historically incorrect, it is in poor condition.

Believe it or not, the Old Georgetown Board denied replacing this trash with stucco !

Please read more by clicking the link here: You'll be shocked.

Please click here !

Non-Profit Links

Technical Services Information Bureau

A non profit resource for plaster and stucco.

Portland Cement Association

Standards for Installation

Your leaking house

Your leaking house is an excellent source of information. Ask Carl Brown, Mr. Bad Stucco himself

Build naturally

Really for profit, outstanding mud plaster and lime plaster work by Sigi Koko

Stuctural stucco in Haiti

More outstanding work by Donald Stevens from Winchester, Virginia.

American Plywwod Asscociation Video

A great illustration on why to space plywood or OSB.

Incredible videos from Vietnam.

A series of videos showing amazing stucco.

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