|Older addition has T-111 siding. We put on
tarpaper, lath and stucco to match the rest of the house.
|Bottom "wash" and drip edge. Bottom edges curves
outward for good
water run-off. The foundation is overlapped with the stucco for a drip-edge. Bottom of the stucco is supported with a casing bead, or plaster stop.
|TOP LEFT: Pebble mix
is dashed on.
TOP RIGHT: Old ragged looking concrete is recoated with new stucco. Finish is white portland cement and white sand.
LEFT: View shows
scratch coat on metal lath. Tudor trim boards, windows,
etc. covered with red tape and plastic to minimize clean-up.