Stucco Installation Stone Installation Stucco Repairs Stone
Repairs Stucco Coating EIFS Replacement Waterproofing
We do Stucco and we do it
We can stucco your new home.
We can re-stucco your older
home and make it look new!
We can stucco over your wood siding to
create a hard, energy efficient, and beautiful new stucco
exterior. We lath and plaster new homes and additions, and fix
all types of patches, We do both 3- coat systems and 2 coat
systems. We can provide conventional or acrylic finishes in many
different textures to either match or change the appearance of
your house. We also specialize in applying styrotrim (Stucco
coated stryrofoam moulding) around windows and doors or to add
accents anywhere you want them.
We offer the following
Lath and Plaster
Lath and Stucco
Precast Architectural details
Blasting and Restucco
& Commercial Specialists
Acrylic Plastering Applications
Polished Plaster App.
Lagoon Pools and Spas
and Consultations Available
of pre-manufactured or custom precast fireplace surrounds and mantels
Stucco Expansion Joints
The following picture shows an example
of a home with proper expansion joints. Expansion Joints are
installed into the stucco when the house is built. Both vertical
and horizontal joints are applied at each window and door. This
procedure will prevent the stucco from cracking.
Do you have stucco cracks,
bulges or even stucco falling off of your house?
This may mean you have rotten wood
under the stucco. We can help! Whether you have hardcoat or
synthetic stucco (EIFS - Exterior Insulation & Finish System) We
can correct the problem. Water intrusion beneath the stucco
causes the rotting wood. This can happen where the roof line
meets a vertical wall, or through cracks in the stucco which can
be caused when the building settles.
We do stucco chimney repair and
repair bird holes too!
Stucco Bottom Cut
During construction of a home the stucco exterior is installed
prior to installation of concrete driveways, sidewalks, porches
or steps. When this procedure is followed the stucco will be
behind and below the concrete. If, at this time, the stucco is
not finished and sealed correctly it will be in contact with the
soil under the concrete. This condition can create an easy
passage for termite infestation and insects. Rotting wood and/or
termite infestation can be a result. To prevent this problem we
do a procedure called Stucco Cut Back, or Stucco Cut at Ground
Level. We remove the stucco on a 45° angle, reseal and
waterproof the bottom edge. Fiberglass mesh is installed and the
area is skimmed and refinished. A decorative trim band can be
installed in all areas where concrete, stone or brick contacts
the stucco. This procedure complements the overall exterior
design of your home. It gives a finished, well manicured look to
the area which was repaired as shown in the pictures below.
Stucco Behind & Below the
Bottom Cut & New Trimband
Stucco in contact with
concrete, prior to a bottom cut.
After the Bottom Cut with a