Stucco Wall: The Subtle and Silent Starlet

Stucco Wall: The Subtle and Silent Starlet

What is stucco?

Stucco is a cement-based plaster that consists of aggregates, a binder (such as cement), and water and can be applied to both interior and exterior walls. The wet plaster hardens to form a dense solid. In traditional stucco, lime was used to enhance permeability. But in modern stucco, portland cement and other additives like acrylics and glass fibers are added to improve texture and structure

Benefits of stucco walls:

  • Effective Insulation: Stucco acts as one of the best insulation materials to balance the temperature in both hot and cold environments.
  • Durability: Stucco is a very hard and durable material that can withstand interior and exterior environments.
  • Water resistance: Stucco is also water-resistant, which can help protect your walls from moisture damage.
  • Fire resistance: Stucco is also more fire-resistant than vinyl and wood wall finishes.
  • Magnificent Aesthetics: Stucco can be finished in a variety of colors and textures, which can add beauty and character to your home.

If you wish to have a stucco-finished wall to glorify the grandeur of your interior, consider connecting with a qualified painter. Both Asian paints and Berger have materials for stucco finishes. Go through the below links to learn more.



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