Parks Plaster and Stucco’s diverse portfolio has given us the experience we need to tackle any job.
Stucco has been used in buildings and structures of all sizes, ranging from industrial applications to the most luxurious of homes. At Park’s Plaster & Stucco our expertise in traditional application methods combined with today’s advanced materials ensures we provide top quality service to customers across the spectrum.
Our craftsmen are the best in the business, and we stand by our work.
Our crew specializes in two different types of masonry finishes. One being a full 3-coat masonry stucco over lath finish, and the other being a 2-coat masonry stucco with a synthetic acrylic finish. Depending on the application, we can provide up to a 10-year warranty against cracking.
Stucco is a mortar mixture used for siding. Stucco can be made by mixing sand and lime with water and various other ingredients, most often cement. Usually, wooden walls are covered with tar paper and chicken wire or galvanized metal screening. This framework is then covered with the stucco mixture . Sometimes, the mixture is applied directly to specially prepared masonry surfaces. (See Stucco Recipes) – See more!
Many homes built after the 1950s use a variety of synthetic materials that resemble stucco. Mock stucco siding is often composed of foam insulation board or cement panels secured to the walls. Although synthetic stucco may look authentic, real stucco tends to be heavier. Walls made of genuine stucco sound solid when tapped and will be less likely to suffer damage from a hard blow.
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