Stucco

Stucco is a versatile and durable building material used for exterior wall finishes. It is a cement-based plaster that, when applied to walls, creates a hard, smooth, and decorative surface. The composition typically includes cement, sand, and lime mixed with water to form a paste. Stucco is known for its versatility, allowing for various textures and finishes, such as smooth, rough, or patterned surfaces. It is commonly applied in multiple layers, with each layer serving a specific purpose, including providing strength, flexibility, and weather resistance. Stucco is popular for its ability to withstand different climates and is often used in Mediterranean, Spanish, and Southwestern-style architecture. Additionally, it can be painted to achieve a desired color, making it a popular choice for both residential and commercial buildings.

Stucco is a traditional finish material for both Igloo/Dome shaped oven enclosures and Walled Enclosures.