|Finish coat is
scored to resemble block, like the original. A brick
jointer is used backwards to give a double line, sort of a beaded joint
reattached. Finish coat is white portland with three different
grades of white
sand. Color is "Oatmeal" from La Habra stucco.
on this circa 1765 house.
Finish is REAL white portland cement and REAL sand. Color is "French Vanilla" from La Habra Stucco. Yet another project designed by Bud Adams, architects.
|Close up of chimney. Wood framed chimney resembles
Coarse sandblasting sand adds a rich texture to the finish.
|Old lath and
stucco peeled off on this
circa 1915 bungalow. Sheathing is rough
sawed one by, when one by was really one inch.
scaffold reaching ever skyward on the last side of the
building. We're finally finished.
|Pebble dash columns on a new house, in an old
For Mickey Simpson Builders in
|Stucco finish is troweled smooth (steel trowel look) on this renovation in Bethesda for Archway builders, Inc. Design is by Meditch-Murphey architects.|
|Nothing to do with stucco, plants growing on Adrienne's roof. If you remember Adrienne's building from the last 2 updates. We'll be back here real soon to stucco the back wall.||Plant media is separated from the gravel on the roof with this metal barrier. Note the black cloth over by the roof coping. It prevents gravel from running out the scupper.|