Stucco

STUCCO Applications Residential and Commercial

Stucco provides the beauty and performance required in an exterior cladding assembly while saving money and valuable time during construction. Our rich color and texture of *Stucco Finish*, you can feel confident the attractive exterior appearance will compel that potential buyer to take a closer look at your properties

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Rito#1 General Construction, we carry a complete line of plastering, wire, sand, metal trims and EPS foam shapes, to make your dream house real.

Rito#1 General Construction has a reputation for great service, dependability, and courtesy in assisting our customers. We offer delivery to most job-sites throughout the Fresno, San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara area. Prompt Service and Customer Satisfaction is our goal.

Stucco Textures Applications:

Cat Face Texture:

Is smooth with smaller to larger rough areas in between as you can see in the pictures below. These are known as inclusions and can vary in size, shape and how often they are used throughout the finish.

Lace Textures:

These textures are one of the most common and are typically what is engrained in most people¿s minds when the think of stucco. This texture can hide many imperfections and is great for virtually any application, residential or commercial.

Sand Or Float Finish:

This is a basic and simple kind of texture that is popular in commercial applications. It can be fine, medium or coarse in appearance and varies depending on the manufacturer. It is troweled down and finished using a float and quick strokes.

Smooth Finishes:

These are one of the most difficult textures to achieve, but is growing in popularity. It is the easiest to clean and is very customizable due to the fact that different colors can be added to get a mottled look.

Dash Finish:

This finish is sprayed on and can be light, medium or heavy in volume and has it’s own unique look. This texture can be applied by hand (for smaller areas) or sprayed on (using a small hopper gun). Two to three coats are usually applied in order to achieve a uniform coat.