Demonstrating how to apply a unique texture into the second coat of stucco
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In this video, we explain while showing how to apply a second coat of stucco with a bit of class for imagination.
These folks thought outside the box and wished for a cementitious finish that was unique and different from their neighbors.
They wanted one which would blend too differs substrates into one.
Like most of you, they started with minor termite or wood damage. But, then, the removal escalated as, with older homes, unfortunately, many have parapets that don’t protect the wall from the winter rains.
Half of the home was previously tex-coat many years ago.
When the existing stucco was removed and repaired with the needed carpentry, we advised a solution to transform the new work into the existing tex coat.
We removed some of the failing or beat-up tex-coat by pressure washing and a lot of elbow grease. Thus after the scratch coat, we applied the second coat, or the brown coat, and applied the fish they chose out of many samples we applied elsewhere.
Enjoy and welcome stucco options to make your home special and unique.
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