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Weep or drip Screeds are made primarily of galvanized steel “they won’t Rust, unless your trowel scratches the galvanized coating off by over troweling with cement plaster and sand”
sometimes a fella goes over these too much this acts as sanding off the coating now we know what happens when water hits steel, it rust. same deal so over trowel in this area.
the holes enabling moisture weeping at the bottom of all walls to fall harmlessly onto the dirt or concrete, thus protecting the ply wood and mud plate,
what happens when wood gets wet?
It swells thus causes hairline cracking at the bottom of homes.
The 3-1/2? nailing flange serves as flashing when water-resistant paper or paper backed lath is installed over the flange and provides a straight-edge stucco stop and screed at the sill plate line in exterior applications, plus also acts as an expansion joint.
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