We have a badly constructed wall that leaks water into the house when
My guess is that the tar paper was not applied correctly under the
stucco, and/or around the windows.
It has been like that since we did the remodel four winters ago, and
until now, we just placed plastic containers and cotton diapers on the
carpet, as it does not rain hard that much around here, about three to
four times a winter.
I tried caulking around the windows, and spraying a cement sealer (do
not remember the name) to no avail.
What would you recommend short of tearing down the wall and rebuilding
My daughter is being treated for leukemia, and doctors say we cannot
do any sort of construction in/near the house, on the other hand, we
need to repair the leak and resolve any fungi/mold issues which might
kill her now that she has highly compromised immune system due to the
are there any sealers that might work better in this situation?
is it possible to do another layer of tar paper/chicken wire/stucco on
top of existing stucco? if so, how do you seal around the existing
whatever we do, had to be done externally, no dust, and has to be very
affordable, as we are all out of money.