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The other side of the house is complete, so the crew could move the orange tarps onto the other half of the house to continue their work. The orange tarps are meant to keep the heat from the hot air vents in, allowing the stucco to dry properly.
Look at that orange circus tent!
Again, we couldn’t really get any great pictures of the work going on inside the tent since everything was so orange. The crew was basically working magic and snapping their fingers to make stucco appear though. Haha! But in all seriousness, they patch the nail holes from where the white insulation was attached to the house with a cement product, cover the rest of the areas with the base coat and then apply the final stucco product.
We were excited to see the house when the tarps all came down. We were hoping it would be a magical “1-2-3 – drop the tarp!” moment, but the crew was excited to be done as well so got started on removing the tarp before we could arrive on site.
The stucco colour we chose is called Revere Pewter by Benjamin Moore. It’s a trendy ‘greige’ (grey-beige) colour. It can change a bit depending on it’s surroundings and lighting situations. Once we get some dark parging on the base of the house, the stack stone and the cedar boards surrounding the front door… it’s going to be stunning.
Thanks again Stucco Industries for all of your hard work! The exterior of the house is beautiful thanks to your crew.