Minnesota Wall Rot Pennsylvania Wall Rot
In many areas of the country, hundreds of stucco-clad homes have suffered wall rot. Although building scientists are still researching the causes of wall rot behind stucco, it’s clear that all of these walls got wet and were unable to dry.

Among the reasons that have been proposed for the recent epidemic of stucco-clad homes with wall rot, there is one thing they all have in common, all the homes lacked a ventilated air gap between the stucco and the sheathing. Full article here

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Canadian Firm Develops a New Rainscreen Product

Builders who like to include a vented rainscreen in exterior walls can nail up wood or plastic furring strips before installing the siding, or use a plastic mesh such as Benjamin Obdyke's Cedar Breather under wood shingles on walls or the roof.
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To Install Stucco Right, Include an Air Gap


In many areas of the country, hundreds of stucco-clad homes have suffered wall rot. Although building scientists are still researching the causes of wall rot behind stucco, it’s clear that all of these walls got wet and were unable to dry. Read more ...

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