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Old 09-05-2018, 08:36 AM   #1
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Exterior wall bulge

Anyone know how to fix a bulge in an exterior wall?
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Anyone know how to fix a bulge in an exterior wall?
Not much you can do about it. Do look for a roof leak. Water is usually the cause.
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You have water behind the wall, been there
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Post a pic. Itís called delamination. The wall has separated. If not to bad you can get some resin in there, and clamp it back together. May be best to just leave it alone.
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Here's a recent youtube video on what's involved in repairing a delam

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We repaired our delamination using a DIY kit from Composet Products. They have a lot of good videos and stuff on their site. RV Camper Motorhome Delamination Repair
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