Aesthetic appeal and versatility of design have for centuries captured the
imagination of architects and builders. Stucco has inspired
designers to new levels of artistic expression in a variety of
building projects when used alone or in a combination with other
traditional building materials such as stone, brick, or wood.
Versatility of design and aesthetic appeal:
Stucco can be applied to most flat or curved surfaces, inside or outside, in
any structure or building lending itself to innovative and creative
solutions. Any project can be individualized.
Stucco’s inherent natural beauty has for centuries enhanced structures around
the world. It simply looks great on any type of architecture. It has
been the preferred finish of discriminating builders, from lavish
villas in Europe to modest abodes of Native Americans.
Unlimited textures and colors:
The finish possibilities are infinite, smooth to course, interesting variety;
it is unique among the decorative finishing materials. It can be
used to provide highlights, depth, and continuity.
A nearly unlimited palette of colors that never need painting is available to
provide a uniform, maintenance-free finish for your most lavish designs. Imagination is the only limitation.
Tough, durable, long lasting:
For centuries, stucco has been known for its durability. Tough, long
lasting, abuse and impact resistant, its performance in a variety of
climates, enduring wet/dry and freeze/thaw cycles and the extreme
desert heat, has made stucco the global standard in cladding
materials. In addition, stucco’s fire-resistive properties make it a
safe covering for your home or business.
Stucco is the most inexpensive wall finish by far. Its proven long-term value
has been time tested and well documented.
Stucco is the most durable and long lasting wall finish providing years of
Stucco is also easy and inexpensive to repair. Restucco of existing buildings
easily allows change to the appearance of color and texture, giving
new character and variety to old buildings.
When you see all that stucco has to offer, you realize it is a “hard system to beat.”