Garden State Brickface and Siding - Stucco Exterior Remodeling and Renovation in NY and NJ

Stucco: From the Old World to the New

What You Need to Know About Stucco

The art of stuccoing walls is centuries old. It was practiced in Europe, and then was introduced to the US by our founding fathers.

Since Garden State Brickface’s beginning in 1953, we’ve refined and modernized the traditional methods used by today’s stucco contractors. We use our experience and state-of-the-art equipment to continually develop improved methods and better products.

This means you get the highest quality, state-of-the-art stucco product applied to your home to give you a maintenance free, extremely durable home exterior that you can be proud of.

Stucco is available in 19 colors. Using natural pigments Garden State Brickface can create almost any color and customize the look to a desired pattern of your choice. A custom toning process of hand applying your choice of available colors to your chosen pattern is available.

Advantages of a Stucco Exterior

  • Durable surface and impact resistant
  • Virtually maintenance free
  • Old world charm with new world installation methods
  • Classic stucco finish to match existing conditions on your home
  • Is a fire retardant and can reduce sound transmission
  • Requires less energy to keep your house cool in the summer and warm in the winter

How We Apply Stucco to Your Home

Garden State Brickface’s stucco is a masonry process of two or three applications of hand-trowelled cementitious material in a wide choice of colors.

Our cementitious material is a hard, durable non-toxic exterior surfacing of a unique formula created by Garden State Brickface.

Stucco installation technique

Step One* – An application, or scratch coat, of cementitious material is applied, allowed to set-up slightly and then “scratched”.

Step Two – A color coat of specially tinted material is applied to the scratch coat by hand, allowed to set-up slightly and immediately followed by the next application.

Step Three – The finish or texture coat of the same tinted material is decoratively applied. For some surface textures, it is allowed to set slightly and then finished in the specified texture or finish.

*Ask about our 405C Two Coat application.

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