Who knew you could restucco, without actually having to restucco?
Our Liqua-Wrap paint for stucco delivers all the things that you would want from brand-new stucco: no more cracks or stains, renewed texture, protection against water and the elements and of course, an amazing new look. Oh, and without the price tag.
Painting your stucco is an investment in its long-term durability.
Stains and loss of texture are just some of the visible signs of wear and tear that tire the look of your stucco. Hairline cracks don’t just make your stucco look old, they can leave your home vulnerable to water infiltration that can lead to mold and rot behind your stucco walls. Plan your defence with a coating that bridges hairline cracks and wraps your home in waterproofing colour coat.
Gone are the days of backrolling.
Just like the formulation of our surface-tailored, weather-adjustable coatings, we’re always looking for ways to optimize exterior painting. While back-rolling might be a popular way, we found a smarter way.
Here’s one of our favorite stucco transformations!
Treena wanted to update the look of her beige and worn out stucco. Mission accomplished!See More Transformations
Questions fréquemment posées
When does your painting season begin and end?
Our paints and coatings are formulated with resins and additives that allow us to paint in any temperature above freezing point (0°C). This means that our painting season usually begins around mid-April and ends in November.
How long does it take to complete a project?
For painting exterior siding, we do a thorough power-wash before the actual day of the paint application. This can last anywhere between 2 and 5 hours depending on the size of the home. Surface preparation for doors and windows occurs on the same day. Regardless of the size of the project, the actual paint application is typically done in one day. Having said that, we definitely won’t skimp out on quality just to get a home done in a day. If needed for a flawless finish, we’ll take the extra time. If your renewal involves several different colours, we’ll need a little extra time to completely finish the project.