One coat stucco replaced in
Here's how we did it:
House wrap covered with Tar paper and self furring metal lath.
Porch is covered with correx.Windows are covered with plastic.
Spacers are used to leave a gap between the stop at the bottom and the porch.
Heaters are used in cold temperatures.
Brown coat is rodded off. These walls are an honest 3/4 inch thick.
One coat was only 3/8" thick. Our scratch coat is almost out to the old wall.
A vertical band is used to hide the difference in thickness.
A view of the finished band.
Old on the left matches the new on the right.
Finished wall showing one of our sills.
Sills are formed using plaster stop.
Sills are filled with brown mortar, allowing room at the top for an angle.
Top of the sill is angled down with white mortar.
Finished addition is rescued from one coat.