Accidents happen. This homeowner backed into the center of the garage doors and damaged the stucco and framing. The pictures below show the damage before and repair after.
These pictures show a stucco mailbox, before and after.
This home has no diverter flashings. Water has caused stucco delamination, framing damage and damage to the wood window frame.
The damaged stucco was removed and a sheathing of Dow styrofoam was found underneath. This is unacceptable sheathing for installation of hardcoat stucco.
After removal of the styrofoam we installed the correct sheathing prior to installation of the hardcoat stucco. Proper diverter flashings were also installed to prevent any future water damage.
The following picture is the same wall after installation of proper diverter flashings, stucco and painting of the entire wall.
pictures show a chimney with an EIFS (or Synthetic) stucco exterior. No diverter flashings were installed at the roofline which resulted in water damage of the stucco, wood substrate and framing.
After a new roof and flashings were installed on this house the EIFS was properly terminated 1" above the roof line at the thru-the-roof chimney.