Restucco is a great way to update the look of your home, and it can also help improve its energy efficiency. In most cases, restucco takes about two weeks to complete on a 2,000 square foot home.
A restucco is a complete repair and renovation of a stucco exterior. This type of project is ideal for homeowners, property managers, and building contractors who want to improve the look of their property without the hassle and expense of a complete tear-down and rebuild.
Stucco Basics Traditional stucco is a construction technique that has been used for centuries. It is formed by troweling on layers of plaster (we now call the material stucco) over a framework. Over the years, different mixes of minerals have been used to create the plaster. Today, Portland cement is most often the key
A complete restucco of a house or building is the best way to address not only problems of deterioration, but also of cosmetics. The advantage to a complete restucco is that the preparation and repair work is sealed under a color coat that allows for a more solid finished product without the look of a patch job.
Refinishing Stucco The three most commonly professionally used refinishing methods for stucco are: Restucco with traditional stucco, Fog Coating, and Acrylic/Elastomeric Refinishing (Synthetic Stucco finishing). With any of these methods you will first need to prepare and clean the surface to remove any contaminates. At Nurse Stucco, we put our name on every job