Stucco Installation

Stucco is another kind of finish coat that is often used on the exterior of a building. It is a durable material that allows for different textures in the finished product. Once applied and cured, this material can be painted. Unpainted, stucco is usually gray in color, but pigments can be mixed in with it. Stucco is one of the most used siding options in Florida because it is one of the most durable, long lasting and low maintenance for any residential or commercial constructions. Stucco is an excellent building material and stucco walls come in a wide variety with unique benefits. You can divide stucco walls into two categories between synthetic and traditional. There are several advantages to using stucco as siding: it’s very versatile, long-lasting, and cost-effective. We provide a variety of high-quality stucco services that will satisfy your new installation or restorations needs.

Stucco Textures

Dash: One of the most popular types of stucco finishes you’ll find on the market. It has a very gravelly look, with a strong rough texture.

Worm: Consists of small indentations on the stucco. To achieve this style, you would need to use synthetic stucco.

Spanish lace: An interesting, smooth-yet-not-smooth type of finish. The bumps are there, but they aren’t as rough. After a certain level, all the bumps end up being a flat surface, leaving grooves underneath. These are also known as skip-trowel finishes or lace and skip finishes.

Smooth: Just as the name states, this texture consists of a smooth final layer that is achieved by using the pool trowel. It can be the most complex of different types of stucco finishes taking a lot of expertise, but totally worth it and great look!

Float: The idea behind it is to give your home a sandy, floated look that looks pristine. Most homes use lighter colors for this stucco, and it remains popular as an exterior stucco pattern. This stucco is particularly popular among business exteriors due to its delicate appearance.