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caryseidner
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Nope. Mostly a lot of dirt.

I don't know why anyone would bother having an additional "inspection" on the stuff. I've never seen an installation in Chicago that was "right", we know its' inadequacies, and we know the likelihood of it's future performance (bad).

What's an inspection going to tell anyone? Who hasn't torn off a Dryvit job and not found piles of crap?

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