Attach stucco lathing paper to protect shear wall sheathing

Attach stucco lathing paper to protect shear wall sheathing

Hello everyone, on this new addition we are showing the proper lathing methods in order to pass any lathing city inspection also it protects the shear wall sheathing from exposure. Takes practice.
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Kirk Giordano Plastering

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Attach stucco lathing paper to protect shear wall sheathing

10 thoughts on “Attach stucco lathing paper to protect shear wall sheathing”

  1. Mr. hammer. thank you and have a great evening. kirk Giordano plastering

  2. Hey Joe, yes ever since I watched that Crocodile Dundee movie. It looks
    like my kind of place. And it seems to have cool and easy going people.
    Best wishes and have a groovy evening. Kirk Giordano Plastering

  3. Hey Joeliwest, We will try. As long as my son works with me we will. But
    Jason Giordano, my oldest son is a licensed stucco dude too. Most of my
    work is not filmed, as Jason is on his own jobs. It’s tough to figure out
    how to make the camera work let alone download the stuff. I’m just a stucco
    applicator that knows the ins and outs of stucco. Best wishes and have a
    groovy evening. Kirk Giordano Plastering

  4. On the average how long do you think it takes for a person to master
    lathing? I’ve been working in construction for the past few years in
    lathing and plastering (for the most part as an assistant) and I’ve seen
    some learn it in a month or two, while others take far longer. Thanks again
    for the video’s, very informative and entertaining. =)

  5. Good morning Mr. Diaz, to lath small simple homes one should have at least
    a year of time in. leaning flashing’s and counter flashing’s also takes
    additional time in. There are allot of do’s and don’ts when you get 5 days
    of sold rain with 100 mile an hour winds with a home is located up at
    Grizzly peaks or Skyline in Oakland, Or up Gill Martin in Tiburon, this
    sort of waterproofing requires minimum 10 years real time experience.
    Great question, Have a great day! Kirk Giordano Plastering

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