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Question DetailsAsked on 5/10/2015

how do you install siding & insulation on a 1910 home made of hollow clay bricks & stucco?

I believe if you "nail" either the foam board insulation OR siding to the house, you will shatter the old, hollow clay bricks. Will the layer of stucco be enough to securely attach both?

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nails go into mortar joints, firing strips are needed. by your question, please do not attempt this on your own, interview two to four siding professions before deciding who is the right last thing 1910 homes in historic districts or in a landmark status can not be sided.

Answered 5 years ago by the new window man

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