Stucco wire, Professional Stucco Netting, FYI Stucco lathing tips, Deep Furred stucco wire
Hello everyone, today I am explaining why I use Deep Furred wire, this stucco wire or stucco netting or stucco mesh, same thing, simply different names.
With a deep furred stucco mesh, we are able to apply two coats back to back,
(when the first coat is set enough to hold the second coat,)
As a rule we apply 3/8 and when this first coat sets, we apply anther 3/8,total should be 3/4 or 7/8 if it’s an inch it’s o.k. too as long as the stucco somewhat true and plumb.
For this example I had to add more stucco as I wanted to prove a point, no one really applies more 7/8 total, this includes 3/4 for the base coat and 1/8 for the stucco finish coat.
Note: not all homes have a three coat stucco system, in fact the majority of homes in California have two coat stucco systems usually with a painted surface or finish.
Confused? if so don’t go web surfing as you will really become confused just ask old kirk.
Kirk Giordano Plastering Inc.
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