Dryvit Repairs & Maintenance
#1 EIFS repair contractor in the Chicago market. Naperville, Downers Grove, Oak Brook, Burr Ridge, Aurora, St. Charles, Batavia, Geneva, Barrington, North Shore and Hinsdale.
Repairing Dryvit or your moisture intrusion problem correctly, experience that JAD Exteriors over the past 28 years. We are Moisture Warranty Corporation #1 Preferred Chicago Area Contractor and recommended by more Dryvit inspectors then any other Dryvit repair contractor. It’s very easy to work with JAD Exteriors – simply forward your inspection report or we would be happy to walk your property in order to provide you an itemized proposal and help you to select the best exterior repair and design solution for your home.
Services we provide for all types of claddings:
- EIFS, Brick, Stone, Cedar, Hardie Board: All types of exteriors
- Caulking removal and replacement
- Repair Physical Damage
- Repair damaged framing or sub-sheathing due to “Moisture Intrusion”
- Install, repair, or update flashings , Kick-out or diverter flashing, End dam flashing , Step flashing, Deck and Balcony Flashing
- Chimney Caps
- Roof leaks
- Window and door replacement or repair
- Power washing and coating (painting) for
- Gutters, downspouts, fascia and soffits
Our clients have come to rely on our expertise and experience for all of their exterior needs. With 25 skilled technicians and our strong commitment to customer satisfaction, JAD Exteriors is the best choice! We can provide you with a list of references, an itemized proposal, and our written workmanship guarantee. A copy of our certificate of insurance is available upon request.
Repairing Cracks & Holes in Stucco
Stucco is one of the most durable wall surfaces available, but because of its rigid nature, stucco can develop cracks and holes over time due to settling and impact damage. Once a crack or hole develops it is important to seal it from water to prevent further deterioration.
Step 1: Widen the crack to a minimum of 1/4 inch using a chisel and hammer (the edges of the crack should be vertical or beveled in an inverted “V”).
Step 2: Break away any deteriorating concrete and remove loose material with a brush. QUIKRETE Stucco Repair (use for cracks less than ½ inch wide).
Step 3: Cut the nozzle tip of the QUIKRETE Stucco Repair on an angle with a utility knife to match the width of the crack and load into a standard caulk gun.
Step 4: Slowly draw the gun down the crack forcing a bead of stucco repair caulk deep into the crack. QUIKRETE Pre-Mixed Stucco Patch (use for small, non-structural aesthetic repairs).
Step 3: Stir the pre-mixed stucco using a margin trowel or putty knife.
Step 4: Spread and texture the concrete patch to match the surrounding stucco – wet the trowel to achieve a smooth finish. NOTE: for patches or cracks over 1/4 inch thick pre-mixed stucco patch should be applied in multiple layers, allowing each layer to dry before applying the next.
Sealing Small Cracks in Stucco
When building coatings fail, leaks can result … unless your building is protected by a product that can handle the elements. A product like Dow Corning® AllGuard Silicone Elastomeric Coating. An advanced, water-based silicone coating that actually seals out water from the above-grade masonry exterior of a building, Coatings provides waterproof protection and long-term durability in a smooth, attractive, matte finish that hides roller marks. And it’s available in a broad spectrum of standard and custom colors to expand your design options.
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