INTERIOR VENEER PLASTER
We specialize in a wide variety of interior plasters, coatings, wall systems, and finishes. Our highly trained professionals have the expertise of being able to match any texture or color previously placed. There is no need to completely remove all the previous material, either because it is a repair of a particular sector, an application of a part of the house, or new construction.
Stucco is a common finish material used in residential and commercial construction. Over time you may find you want to change the look and feel of the stucco finish, or the original stucco needs re-coating because of cracks or color fading. Brighten up your home and give it more curb appeal by adding a new color or texture with our re-stuccoing service.
Stucco is one of the most durable wall surfaces available. But, because of its rigid nature, stucco can develop cracks and holes over time due to setting and impact damage. Once a crack or hole develops, it is important to take immediate action before any further damage and water penetration can occur.
There are good reasons to consider stucco for your exterior if you are building a new home or business. Whether smooth or rough, stucco can be personalized in a way that best matches the rest of your home style. These are some stucco installations we do: Exterior façade renovations – Metal Lath – Scratch Coat – Brown Coat – Water-Proofing – Smooth Stucco – Lace Textures – Sand Floated – Spanish Textures –Dash Finish – Venetian Finish – Wet-Sandblasting – Re-Stucco –Acrylic Stucco Finishes – Sand Pebble Finishes –Patching – Stucco Crack Repairs – Stucco Building Maintenance – Fix Stucco Physical Damages –Water Intrusion Repairs.
Foam molding can be made in a wide variety of ways. Because they are incredibly lightweight, they can adhere to any cement surface at all angles.
Our team of professionals can install architectural designs such as moldings, crowns, corbels, arches, bases, columns, and many other details to renew the appearance of any building.
Lathing is the first step of a new stucco project. Lathing not only protects against moisture intrusion to the framing of the house, it also ensures a sturdy support system for new stucco. The lathing process itself includes several steps. These steps include: Installing weep screeds on base of walls, plaster stops at stucco terminations, asphalt coated 2-ply building paper on sheathing w/metal lath on top of building paper fastened with nails/ staples, expansion joints at stress points, and corner aids to make sure corners are true and plumb.
We have scaffolding of our own to reach all walls of a home safely.
By having our equipment, we can offer solutions much faster than our competition. Often, the work is delayed due to having to wait for a third party to carry out the scaffolding placement.
We devote a great deal of time to the pre-planning phase to ensure the scaffold will be built most effectively.