http://www.VideoJoeKnows.com Tips when sealing around a leaking window are discussed in this short howto video.
Joe made some sheetrock repairs around an existing leaking window & then he installed exterior caulking around the
window when he completed the project. A few months later “joe” went back over to check out the window to see how
well the caulking is sealing around the window. Tip…..it’s a good thing to check around your window a few months
down the road to see if the window is leaking, to check & see how well the caulking is holding or if it sunk in or
show hairline cracks in the caulking, to check out the surrounding wall area to see if there might be other areas
where the initial water leak was coming in at. Joe talks about all this in this video re: tips when sealing around
a leaking window. Check it out.
http://www.VideoJoeKnows.com

9 Comments

  1. Aniroc Sa

    June 16, 2019 at 5:01 am

    Do you have the link to the other video you mentioned at the beginning of your video

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  2. Ryan Skidmore

    June 16, 2019 at 5:01 am

    thank you sir for making these videos!!

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  3. Jamie Smiles

    June 16, 2019 at 5:01 am

    Cool video! Are u Canadian?!

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  4. odir tack

    June 16, 2019 at 5:01 am

    This looks like EIFS, not hardcoat stucco. If so, there could be mind-boggling water damage to the framing, etc. Just google "EIFS water damage."

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  5. lotus eng co

    June 16, 2019 at 5:01 am

    thanks

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  6. dolphinsc1

    June 16, 2019 at 5:01 am

    Sorry Joe but as to the stucco deteriorating,  no amount of patchwork will last for long.
    The stucco on this home in the video looks to be about 3/8"inch, should be at least 5/8"inch to 3/4"inch.
    We learned in our state, Florida's stucco application building codes for stucco are the best in the nation, so regardless of your location if your using stucco check for installers who have that experience.  It cost more but the problems we see in this video are non existent with better applications.
    The elastic paint is a great tips, very useful in so many areas of construction.
    Thank you sir.

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  7. Mario's Gmail

    June 16, 2019 at 5:01 am

    Joe you have given me more tips then I have given you, I should be thanking you for your everyday DIY projects we run across.

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  8. Mario's Gmail

    June 16, 2019 at 5:01 am

    Elastomeric caulk does shrink as it dries If it sank then you could have done one of to things. Apply two applications or use a foam backer rod and then apply one coat of caulk.

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  9. Mario's Gmail

    June 16, 2019 at 5:01 am

    Hey Joe, you could have purchased elastomeric caulk; you apply it like any other caulk then smooth the surface area to match the rest of the area and paint to match. 

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