The Tape That Stands Up to Stucco
As a surface material, stucco is renowned for its beauty and versatility. In fact, did you know that every building tradition in human history has used stucco in some way, shape, or form? The recipe—usually some combination of cement, lime, and fine sand—may have varied, but examples of stucco work occur in Roman architecture as early the 2nd Century AD, in Aztec architecture of Mexico and in 20th Century Mizner architecture of South Florida. Whether you are updating ceilings, walls, or stucco exterior, first choose the right type of stucco and then consider the benefits of contractor-grade stucco tape for your next high-performance building project.