It is a construction material made of aggregates, a binder, and water. Stucco is applied wet and hardens to a very dense solid. It is used as a decorative coating for walls and ceilings, exterior walls, and as a sculptural and artistic material in architecture. Stucco can be applied to construction materials such as metal, expanded metal lath, concrete, cinder block, or clay brick and adobe for decorative and structural purposes.

In English, “stucco” sometimes refers to a coating for the outside of a building and “plaster” to a coating for interiors, however, the materials themselves often have little to no differences. Other European languages, notably including Italian, do not have the same distinction; stucco means plaster in Italian and serves for both.



Cement, crushed marble, and sand are all dense materials. Combined together, they produce a heavy-duty substance that insulates your home better than vinyl or even brick. Stucco exterior results in an air-sealed and noise-resistant interior. In addition, it’s energy-efficient because your heating and air system operate more efficiently.


Stucco homes have immense curb appeal. Due to its versatility, you can do so much with stucco to create an eye-catching home exterior that will last for years to come. Additionally, the craftsmanship behind quality stucco attracts admirers far and wide.


Your options are nearly limitless when it comes to customizing stucco. Texture options vary widely. Moreover, the fact that pigment joins the actual stucco mixture means that an enormous amount of possibilities for colour exist.

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 Stucco homes are not only durable but also easy on the pocketbook, making it a wise choice.


Stucco provides monetary value in several ways. For one, the actual home appraisal may be higher than a comparison with different siding. For another, you may realize a lower insurance premium. Finally, you could save money during construction as well as ongoing maintenance, energy costs, and more.

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