Brick stucco front of house.
Hello, folks in this episode. We share some tips for spreading or applying stucco over a brick wall. Of course, both terms mean the same thing.
This exact same application can also be used for the interior, say a fireplace or whatever.
Note, You do not need to attach any stucco netting to any brick walls; in fact, it’s counter-productive.
Scatch coats are also unnecessary for any cementitious walls, including brick, cinder blocks, CMU, Cement Blocks, Terra Cotta walls, or any cementitious substrates in Nature.
Keep in mind a Scratch Coat is 3/8 of an inch thick, whereas a Skimcoat is at least one-half inch or more; this measly 1/8 difference makes a big difference.
If going over Cement Blocks, you apply less than 1/2 inch, what happens?
Excellent question, glad you asked; nothing.
Except when it rains, you will possibly notice the grout lines.
How to stucco over cement Cinder blocks, bricks, you name it below.
Below are a few more videos of stucco being applied to block walls.
https://youtu.be/dw34VLYFC1Y/ Improve The Look of block walls with stucco.
https://youtu.be/LW9Dwxl2W4c/ stucco over concrete walls to remove form board lines.
https://youtu.be/dw34VLYFC1Y/ Improve the look of concrete block wall with stucco.
https://youtu.be/MbZHkJCJuZ8/ improve the look of your brick walls, Green-Core cement.
https://youtu.be/d3sHR8KD16c/ Stucco acrylic going old cementitious stucco finish.
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