There’s a section of all in our dining room that juts out a bit. And it’s been a problematic area for a while now. Part of the demo I did a few weeks ago to this area involved removing the brick facade, so that we could get in and address the walls themselves.
It’s pretty rough: we can see daylight in certain areas from the inside.
Today, Bob removed a lot of the bad siding that’s worn/rotted, and replaced it with plywood. I wasn’t a ton of help, but assisted where I could. Today’s work mostly involved getting the bad wood removed, and getting newer plywood installed and sealed (in preparation for the cold spell coming next week).
Repairing the Basement Furnace Walls