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Exterior Wall - Removing Clapboard & Waterproofing

Exterior Wall - Removing Clapboard & Waterproofing


Old 04-30-02, 11:24 AM
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Exterior Wall - Removing Clapboard & Waterproofing

After a heavy rain I discovered that I need to change the grading of my property. Unfortunately my clapboard ends only a few inches from the ground at the top of the foundation. It appears that I will need to remove a few of the boards, waterproof somehow and then backfill. Any suggestions on how to go about this job?

Last edited by Ira; 04-30-02 at 02:26 PM.
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Old 05-08-02, 06:35 PM
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You will be much better off if you escavate and put down drain tile.

Note: wood siding should be at least 6" from soil.

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