About Cementitious Premium Stucco Finish & 100% Acrylic Finish
Cementitious Premium Stucco Finish & 100% Acrylic Finish
Finish the job with El Rey El Rey Premium Stucco Finishes Premium Stucco Finish Options El Rey Perma-Flex® Acrylic Finishes The choice is yours Perma-Flex ULTRA Elastomeric Perma-Flex LASTIC Perma-Flex DPR
El Rey is pleased to offer both a cementitious Premium Stucco Finish and Perma-Flex® 100% Acrylic Finish. By offering a complete selection of finishes as well as stucco basecoats and related products, El Rey assures customers of the quality and convenience that can only come from a single source manufacturer.
El Rey Premium Stucco finishes are a factory blend of sand, portland cement, lime, iron oxide pigments and propreitary modifiers that enhance strength, workability, durability and weather resistance. Premium Stucco is available in a pre-blended color mix or in a stucco base with Color Pak. Premium Stucco colors do not fade over time, but actually grow stronger and deeper with age — adding character to traditional stucco construction.
Other products that add beauty and durability to El Rey Premium Stucco Finishes include:
100% acrylic, El Rey Perma-Flex Finishes are flexible, vapor permeable finishes that provide long-lasting, consistent color for stucco and EIFS:
With so many choices, the right Perma-Flex Finish for the job is always the one that's right for you. In addition to an infinite variety of colors, three different grades of Perma-FLex products are available in up to six different textures.
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El Rey Premium Stucco Finishes
Premium Stucco Finish Options
El Rey Perma-Flex® Acrylic Finishes
The choice is yours
Perma-Flex ULTRA Elastomeric
El Rey Premium Stucco Finish (Jan 17, 2016)
El Rey Perma-Flex DPR Acrylic Finishes (Nov 5, 2015)
DPR Coating Acrylic Coating from El Rey Stucco Co., Inc. (Apr 9, 2011)
New Coating and Finishing Products from El Rey Stucco Co., Inc. (Dec 16, 2010)
Allegro Cement Coating by El Rey Stucco Co., Inc. (Aug 8, 2009)
Finish the job with El Rey stucco finishes and basecoats (May 11, 2008)