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Stucco

Stucco is a long stranding traditional exterior cladding and for good reason. Stucco is an economical to install and provides a hard and tough barrier for the exterior of a structure. Parex offers the Armourwall family of stucco assemblies to with a number of different features to meet the needs of building owners. From enhanced moisture protection to improved crack suppression, Parex Armourwall stucco solutions allow building owners to select the correct stucco assembly to best match stucco design and performance with their economical needs.

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Stucco
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A fiberglass-reinforced stucco concentrate. Factory prepared mixture of portland cement, glass fibers, and proprietary ingredients. Specified sand is added at the job site. Can be installed up to 5/8 in. (16mm) in one application. Brochures 3-Part CSI specifications CAD details URL

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