About this video:
This video provides an overview of inspecting veneer stone on commercial buildings. It defines veneer stone as a non-structural decorative layer applied to the building’s exterior. The concepts of “weeping” and “non-weeping” are explained, highlighting the importance of drainage channels in preventing water damage. It then focuses on identifying areas of damage commonly found in veneer stone, including erosion, potential salt damage, thermal expansion, and vines that limit accessibility.
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