Stucco Texture Options
Stucco comes in a variety of texture finishes. In fact, the many texture options available create one of the best features of stucco. Unlike some other exterior surface and siding options, stucco offers a customized design style. Additionally, stucco’s unique look often comes at a lower price tag than other popular siding options, like Hardie board siding.
Stucco’s texture adds design depth to create a luxurious finish for your home or business. It’s possible to achieve many different stucco textures. CDP STUCCO offers custom stucco textures for each project.
Traditional Stucco Textures
With traditional stucco, the texture options are endless. Since stucco is a cement-based product, the finish yields a moldable surface perfect for diverse texture design. Also, the texture choice doesn’t impact the stucco’s durability.
Stucco’s texture adds the design depth desired from stucco. The texture adds durability as well as beauty. It’s possible to achieve many different stucco textures. Stucco comes in four basic types of aggregate textures. These include: smooth, fine, coarse, and swirl.
First choose the aggregate texture, then choose the trowel technique to get the specialty finish you want. Popular trowel options include: float, dash, lace, and scraped. Many different textures work well for traditional stucco. With any stucco texture, the look is customizable to create a contemporary or traditional look. In addition, the texture may be finer or coarser based on each client’s preferences.