STUCCO TEXTURE

Stains on stucco are most often, really, stains in the stucco. Stucco improves the look of stonework while it also acts as an insulator: It’s attractive and eco-friendly. Two of the down sides of stucco are its porosity, which makes it easier for stains to set in, and its sometimes crumbly fragility. It can wear down and chunk off so stains and discoloration appear darker and deeper at various points of the surface.

Stucco is a mixture of concrete, fine sand and lime — a powdered stone material — that is applied wet over stone, brick or concrete walls, or layered on wooden or metal frames and mesh work. Some modern applications of stucco are strengthened with acrylics or synthetic binding agents over foam insulation, but more traditional stucco is simply three dry ingredients and water mixed, applied to surfaces and left to harden and dry.

Mold, dirt and chemical reactions from hard water or other acid or mineral exposure might require some maintenance and TLC, but for the most part, cleaning stains off of stucco is a gentle and straightforward bit of upkeep. Use a soft brush and mild cleaner or soap and water.

ATTENTION CLIENTS: THERE IS ADDED TIME, MATERIAL AND LEVEL OF SKILL TO APPLY DIFFERENT TEXTURES WHICH REQUIRES DIFFERENT PRICING.
INSTALLED PRICING IS AS FOLLOWS:

  • SAND 16/20 3.75PSF
  • SAND 20/30 3.75PSF
  • SAND 30/30 3.25PSF
  • LIGHT DASH 3.50PSF
  • HEAVY DASH 3.75PSF
  • FRIEZE 3.50PSF
  • LIGHT LACE 3.50PSF
  • HEAVY LACE 2.50PSF
  • KNOCK DOWN DASH 3.50PSF
  • SMOOTH COAT 5.50PSF
  • GLACIER 5.00PSF
  • CAT FACE 5.00PSF

STUCCO TEXTURES
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STUCCO COLORS
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