Stucco and Stone Walls
Rock Solid’s Stucco and Stone Walls division was created to cater to the ever increasing demand for a truly first class Stucco and Stone Walls Walls application throughout Staten Island, New York, Manhattan and Jersey. From the very outset, we have focused on our primary strength: Re-Stucco, Sand and Smooth Stucco application. We are now truly renowned for our transforming old and dated stucco textures into a fresh and newly updated Sand or Smooth Re-Stucco finish. This is without doubt, the most desired stucco finish around the valley’s market-place today. Whether you are looking for a project you’re doing stucco or re-stucco on, if your stucco project is in Mesa, Scottsdale, Chandler, Glendale, Peoria, Paradise Valley, Superstition Mountain, Tucson, Prescott, Flagstaff, Etc., We’ve Got You Covered! We do Stone and Stucco work Valley Wide and Beyond!
It requires the expertise of not only one individual, but rather a “team” of professionals, working in harmony to create a seamless Stucco and Stone Walls finish along with excellent customer service. In essence, we provide a stucco application that not just anyone can take care of.
We’ve always pushed to consistently manage only the very highest level of Stucco and Stone Walls throughout Staten Island, New York, Manhattan and Jersey, regardless of cost. After all, we know that Architectural Stone Concepts, and our finished product, is only as strong as our workforce.
Regardless of your choice of stone or stucco finish, we have you more than covered. We are proud to be regarded as a market leader in Stone Veneer and Re-Stucco application throughout Staten Island, New Jersey, Manhattan and New York. It is an honor that is not easily earned, but one without a shred of doubt, we plan to keep. We invite you to learn more about our rapidly expanding organization and to see why we are the industry choice for all forms of Stucco and Stone application.
Textured Stucco and Stone Walls comes in numerous varieties of different stucco textures. Starting with a heavy texture stucco such as a Spanish heavy lace to a light sand textured stucco, we can enhance the look and value of your home. Unlike smooth textured stucco which is applied with a steel trowel or even a hard acrylic trowel, texture stucco is most commonly applied with a stucco float.
Textured Stucco and Stone Walls are best described as being applied in phases. The first phase is applied as the foundation or base-coat for the overall desired stucco texture. It is imperative to wet the wall to encourage a more uniform and effective suction for your new stucco texture. The first phase is applied with a sponge float in a circular motion, creating a sand finish substrate for the consecutive hand. It is this consecutive application that truly formulates the desired textured Stucco and Stone Walls by utilizing a combination of differing amounts of color coat materials and trowel or float movement.
Textured Stucco and Stone Walls are generally more durable than that of its densely packed cousin; steel troweled smooth stucco. The thicker the stucco texture application, generally the more forgiving it will be to any movement. Movement in any textured stucco is without a doubt its biggest enemy; stucco is only as strong as its substrate. The foundation, framing, sheathing or lath installation can all very easily play a key role in textured stucco performance if any of these areas are less than perfect.
Generally speaking, textured Stucco and Stone Walls are easier to maintain than that of a steel troweled stucco, with the exception of its propensity to stain more than smooth stucco. The texture itself is an obvious attraction for environmentally derived dirt and dust. For obvious reasons, the heavier the stucco textures, the more dirt and dust will be fall into and be trapped in its folds. A textured stucco finish will also appear darker in color than its smooth stucco counterpart, as the obvious effects of light and shadow play an integral part in the textured stucco color outcome.
Textured Stucco and Stone Walls can be hosed off for removing dust. For deeper cleaning, a mild detergent and a soft bristle brush can also be used if necessary. It can also be painted, but make certain to use a good quality stucco paint, which maintains the texture stucco finishes requirement to breath. Stucco’s basic requirement to breath is imperative regardless of stucco texture or stucco finish.
Rock Solid carries EIFS Stucco and Stone Walls throughout Staten Island, New Jersey, Manhattan and New York
Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS), also called synthetic stucco, are available in drainable or barrier systems that resemble traditional masonry stucco finishes. EIFS systems are aesthetically attractive to many people due to the variety of colors and textures available, and special architectural features that are easily created. While among the more expensive finishing systems available, drainable EIFS, if properly applied, may benefit the homeowner by providing an insulating exterior finish without the worries about water damage associated with barrier EIFS.
Drainable systems may prevent water accumulation problems that sometimes occur with barrier or face-sealed EIFS systems. A barrier EIFS resists water penetration at its outer surface but does not allow water that gets behind the exterior surface to drain out of the wall system.
Rock solid offers Stucco Glazing throughout Staten Island, New Jersey, Manhattan and New York
Adding translucent glaze to stucco gives the plaster finish additional dimension. Home exterior and interior surfaces often have stucco applied. Stucco gives the natural look of an aged home, popular in old world style interior design. When adding glaze to stucco, the plaster is given the appearance of natural stone with natural looking highs and lows of coloration. Stucco is often glazed in shades of brown, yellow ocher and golds.
• Stucco Glazing
• Textured Stucco and Stone Walls
• EIFS Stucco and Stone Walls in Staten Island, New Jersey, Manhattan and New York
• Stone Veneer
• Re-Stucco application
• Stucco Masonry in Staten Island, New Jersey, Manhattan and New York
Stucco and Stone Walls Service Areas – Staten Island and Monmouth County, New Jersey including Arrochar, Manhattan, Annadale, Arden Heights, Bay Terrace, Bloomfield, Brighton Heights, Bulls Head, Castleton, Castleton Corners, Charleston, Chelsea, Clifton, Concord, Dongan Hills, Egbertville, Elm Park, Eltingville, Emerson Hill, Fort Wadsworth, Graniteville, Grant City, Grasmere, Great Kills, Greenridge, Grymes Hill, Hamilton Park, Heartland Village, Huguenot, Lighthouse Hill, Livingston, Manor Heights, Mariners Harbor, Meiers Corners, Midland Beach, New Brighton, New Dorp, New Springville, Oakwood, Ocean Breeze, Old Place, Old Town, Pleasant Plains, Port Richmond, Prince’s Bay, Randall Manor, Richmond Valley, Richmondtown, Rosebank, Rossville, Sandy Ground, Shore Acres, Silver Lake, South Beach, St. George, Stapleton, Stapleton Heights, Sunnyside, Todt Hill, Tompkinsville, Tottenville, Tottenville Beach, Travis, Ward Hill, Westerleigh, West New Brighton, Willowbrook, Woodrow, Aberdeen, Allenhurst, Allentown, Allenwood, Asbury Park, Atlantic Highlands, Avon-by-the-Sea, Belford, Belmar, Bradley Beach, Brielle, Chapel Hill, Cliffwood Beach, Colts Neck, Deal, Eatontown, Englishtown, Fair Haven, Fairview, Farmingdale, Freehold, Hazlet, Highlands, Holmdel, Holmeson, Howell, Keansburg, Keyport, Lake Como, Leonardo, Lincroft, Little Silver, Loch Arbour, Long Branch , Manalapan, Manasquan, Marlboro, Matawan, Middletown, Millstone, Monmouth Beach, Navesink, Neptune City, Neptune, New Monmouth, North Middletown, Oakhurst, Ocean Grove, Ocean Township, Oceanport, Port Monmouth, Ramtown, Red Bank, River Plaza, Roosevelt, Rumson, Sandy Hook, Sea Bright, Sea Girt, Shark River Hills, Shrewsbury Township, Shrewsbury, Spring Lake Heights, Spring Lake, Strathmore, Tennent, Tinton Falls, Union Beach, Upper Freehold, Wall Township, Wanamassa, Wayside, West Allenhurst, West Belmar, West Long Branch, and Yorketown.