color is REAL portland cement and REAL
sand, and not the toxic fake stuff you see on so many new houses. Color
is a custom color from Expo
stucco in San Diego.
LEFT: Window sills are my design and are functional.
sill slants at top for water run-off and slants at bottom for a drip
edge. The angle at the bottom prevents water from running back to
extending the life of the wall and avoiding water infiltration.
More details about this projext..
|Back of this attractive addition.
Stucco walls are boken into panels using aluminum trim with a factory baked-on color. Finish coat is our secret recipe of portland cement and sand.
Color is # 16, "silver grey", from La Habra Stucco.
The problem with remodeling is that there are always trees in the way of my pictures. A view of the side and front show the stone stair tower and the prairie style roof.
|Sloppy looking old stucco (parging)
is stripped off to be replaced on this circa
1912 townhouse in Northeast Washington. Please check back later for more details.
|This sign is too much.
Ezzy's five club
N.E. Washington D.C. There was a horseshoe club that
played on this vacant lot a couple of times.
|TOP LEFT: Heat tent allows work to proceed in 20 degree
is how we work outside in cold weather.
TOP: Brick sills are coated and trued up by forming with straight lumber and filling in.
LEFT: Decorative lintels over windows are made by forming with one by fours and filling in with mortar. After forms are removed,we have a bullet proof lintel ready for the finish. Color will be "Oatmeal" from Merlex stucco.