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Flashing repairs to brick veneer


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This 10 storey concrete and steel condo building was having some major remediation work done to the brick veneer. I suppose moisture was getting in behind the brick and oozing out around the windows maybe?

I was able to get a few closeup shots by sticking my camera out a window.

The contractor cut out 2 rows of brick at each floor level, installed some flashing and then replaced the bricks with weep holes. Temporary screw jacks were used to support the brick.

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...just curious, did that remedy come from a designer or the contractor or an inspector?

My guess is a condo dweller found a stain and it escalated from there. But the underlying problem would have been no weepholes in the initial build.

I wonder if a different contractor would have simply drilled some weepholes? Nah, that wouldn't do. [:)]

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