STUCCO SCOPE OF WORK
by Subcontractor representative
at Subcontractor email
Objective of this Scope of Work
► To ensure that Stucco is installed in a manner consistent with all applicable building codes, manufacturer's instructions and warranty requirements, and acceptable construction practices.
Terms used in this document
►SITE SUPERINTENDENT: shall refer to any Company representative with authority to enforce this Scope of Work.
►SUBCONTRACTOR: shall refer to the Subcontractor's organization, its employees, or any representative of the Subcontractor assigned the authority to perform per this Scope of Work.
► Stucco Siding is divided into three phases: Stucco Lath, Stucco Scratch Coat and Stucco Color Coat. All three phases are included in this Scope of Work. Payment will be made for the job when the Stucco Color Coat is completed and accepted.
► A new set of plans is required for each house. Plans are subject to changes and modifications. It is the responsibility of the Subcontractor to have new plans before beginning work. The Subcontractor will correct any errors that occur from using an incorrect set of plans at no cost to Company.
► The type and location of siding used on a house is determined by the options selected by the purchaser and reflected in the plans and specifications. ► All stucco work is to be done by trained, experienced individuals. ► All stucco shall be installed per plan and specifications, per the manufacturer’s installation instructions. ► The Subcontractor will furnish all materials in the selected color and finish. ► The Subcontractor is expected to minimize excess waste of materials. ► The Subcontractor shall follow all safety regulations regarding ladders, scaffolding, safety rails, etc. If pump-jack-type scaffolding is used, handrails must be in place at all times. Review "Section 2- Safety" of the Subcontractor Terms and Conditions for consequences of ignoring safety regulations.
► All stucco lath fasteners shall be in framing members. Any area where fasteners have missed framing members must be refastened.
► All flashing shall be applied to direct moisture away from wall-roof joints. ► Channel, furring, mesh, expansion joints, construction joints, stop molding, corner beads, vents fasteners shall be installed per manufacturer’s installation instructions. ► All window and door trim edges must be completely sealed with the stucco neatly finished along the edge. ► All stucco residue shall be cleaned from patio, deck, porch, sidewalk and driveway surfaces. ► Corners of house and vertical and horizontal corners on raised trim shall be crisp and fully covered with stucco. ► Weep screed shall be applied along entire bottom of stucco areas. ► Windows and exterior doors shall be cleaned of all overspray. ► Acid etching on any windows or the glass of any exterior doors is unacceptable and shall be cleaned or the glass replaced. ► All construction debris is to be removed to the dumpster or designated trash collection area and the jobsite is to be left clean. ► Any items found during the final inspection that need correction shall be corrected before payment will be made.
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