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Stucco

Look around your neighbourhood, and you’ll notice that a majority of homes use stucco as an exterior material; it’s a staple when it comes to siding. Stucco is a mixture of compounds like sand, water, Portland cement, and lime. Each stucco style has a different...

Stucco is a durable material, but it’s also porous and inflexible, which means it’s prone to cracking. When cement expands and contracts, it can cause cracks: some are only cosmetic issues, like hairline cracks (less than 1/8 inch/3 mm deep) but others may cause structural...

From season to season, the exterior of your home can really endure a great deal. Pollen, dirt, and mildew can build up on the outside surfaces of your home. Many people wish they could just wash it all away, but is that an option with...

Stucco: it has been among the most sought-after outside wall finishes for numerous years (it isn’t an inside wall finish such as drywall as some people mistakenly believe).  Whether you want to renovate an older house or if it is used for new house construction,...

The architecture of a city can tell you a lot about it; how old it is, what it’s climate is like, and it’s culture. Looking around any of the suburbs made from the 50s to the 80s in Winnipeg (and beyond), you’re more than likely...