Advantages of stucco versus paint: the color is mixed in with the stucco and will not wear off like paint does.
At Blue Water Finishing, we apply (new) stucco, re-stucco, repair stucco, match textures, and more! We feel you should know what to expect before we begin the (re-)stucco process!
This is why we break down the the (re)Stucco process into 3 simple steps:
- 1. Sandblast Blue Water Finishing will mask and cover all doors and windows, trench dirt, lay tarps, and then sandblast. The sandblast phase removes all loose paint and stucco, and allows for a good adhesive surface for the re-stucco.
- 2. Paint Trim & Pop-Outs If trim painting and/or pop-outs are in the stucco bid, this is the 2nd phase. Trim painting consists of hydro-blasting all eves and fascia, preparation, priming, and painting. Our crew will then apply pop-outs around windows and doors that the owner has chosen.
- Re-Stucco The stucco crew will cover all doors and windows, scrape any loose areas sandblasting did not remove, bond and patch cracks with aluminite, bond entire walls, then re-stucco the house.
The final product will be a beautiful house or building that looks fresh and new!