Stucco: Should You Or Should You Not Paint It?
Stucco is an ancient, even prehistoric, building material. The Egyptian pyramids were once stuccoed. The Greeks, Romans and Aztecs also used it.
Once limited in color to those of the earthly elements it’s made from (lime or Portland cement, sand and water), you now see it in a variety of shades.
That color is achieved by adding pigment to the final coat as it’s applied, creating a layer of color about 1/8-inch thick.
But what about when it comes time to update the color of your exterior, or match the old color where repairs were made? Visit my blog link below!
Published July 7th, 2014 6:44 PM