DIY instructions for waterproofing windows that have been saw cut.
Please note, the left side had wire and did not need any more.
Hello everyone, Jason here, my dad has said a few times to me
“it’s too difficult to video yourself while working as too many angles,”
I have filmed many video’s for youtube over 600 of him and some of my own, it’s definitely a challenge trying to film and explain at the same time, how and what you are doing, but for those of you are going to film and upload to youtube, it is easier with two people, but I don’t often have this luxury.
The homeowner on this job asked me if saw cut stucco walls can be waterproofed as when he tried to break the hammering created large holes where the stucco was pushed through the existing paper.
Almost impossible to not have this happen.
It’s alway best to have at least two inches of wire and 6 of paper but again this can’t be achieved on a stud walls as there is no backing, so I’m going to show you a good way to weatherproof as best as possible under these tough conditions.
I am showing a simple way to repair the lath or paper and wire if you install a new window and find your faced with just stud walls, a difficult task for anyone.
Thanks for watching and have a great day!
Kirk Giordano Plastering Inc.
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