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= Willing to do the work myself. Thinking of just tearing down, possibly applying plywood wall then the wire mesh. And let contractor add stucco and paint it. Posted link of video below =

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Yeah there is a more than one video in the link. The bigis the side of the house. The big chunk thats off the walls is in the back of the house. Thinking of just doing the back myself. Take that piece of chunk out.down some plywood, weatherproof house wrap, staple the galvnized steel stucco netting and then apply stucco. The side of the house which has more damage I plan on letting people Im going to hire take care of that. But who knows might get motivated to do it myself after completing the one in the back of the house

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