Stucco is very durable, low maintenance and weather resistant. Traditional stucco is made up of cement, lime, sand and water. Before the Stucco is applied, a tar/building paper is attached, followed by a rainscreen, and finally by a wire mesh (Lath). The stucco is then applied using 2 or 3 coats, depending on finish (Scratch coat, double up coat or finish coat) and can be applied in a number of attractive designs. Keene rainscreen and treated strapping are also used to provide you with a quality rainscreen system.
JP Moore offers a wide range of full stucco application services for commercial and residential projects.
Have a problem with your current stucco? JP Moore can take care of many patch & repair projects
JP Moore can help you add a unique look to your home with imitation concrete finishes.
JP Moore also can apply interior plaster finishes, providing a dust-free and durable finish.
We serve Greater Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, including North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond, Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Surrey and Langley
Rocks are thrown directly onto the double coat. A pigment can be used in the cement to help determine the colour. The texture of the stucco is achieved by the size of aggregate used.
Rocks are mixed in with the double up coat and thrown onto the wall. To achieve your desired colour, this style needs to be painted. The texture of the stucco is achieved by the size of aggregate used.
Has a limited range of texture – usually a sand float finish, and comes in a wide range of colours. It is applied on top of the scratch and double up coat.
Combines Stucco Cladding with Polystyrene Insulating Foam and is available in a wide range of colours and textures. This style is found in both commercial and residential buildings. EIFS is also energy efficient and used mainly for decorative finishes and mouldings
These are some of our more recent projects. If you would like to see more of our stucco work, please view our portfolio.