Homes in New Mexico often have a unique look. Many homes are styled to match the desert landscape, which is why stucco is a such a popular choice for siding within the Southwest.
When having stucco installed, quality is an important concern. El Pueblo Woodworking emphasizes quality in all that we do, from our fine woodworking capabilities to installing fencing on your property. We’re also quite adept at stucco installation, which offers an unbelievable number of benefits to homeowners.
While most people are familiar with stucco, many are unaware of how it’s actually made. Stucco usually consists of cement, sand, lime, and water. Plastic fibers may also be included in the mix, which increases its strength. Once this mixture is combined, it can be applied to the sides of the home.
Stucco can also be used inside the home. In this case, waterproofing elements wouldn’t be necessary when finishing stucco. Exterior stucco typically entails four layers, although some systems only require two or even one layer. Finishing coats are applied after installation to add a tint or splash of color to the property.
When it comes to exterior siding, stucco offers a wide variety of benefits:
El Pueblo Woodworking takes the time to answer our customers’ questions so you can make the best possible choices for home renovation.