Stucco is a material made of an aggregate, a binder, and water. Stucco is applied wet and hardens to a very dense solid. It is used as decorative coating for walls and ceilings and as a sculptural and artistic material in architecture. Stucco may be used to cover less visually appealing construction materials such as concrete or block.
Marine structures such as sea walls are under extreme pressure from the environment. In the splash zone, they are subject to thousands of waves per day, and related wetting and drying cycles with salt water. The corrosive salts are absorbed into the concrete and corrode the reinforcing steel, causing rusting and spalling, and shortening the life of the structure. Coated reinforcing steel, including epoxy-coated rebar and galvanized reinforcing steel, protects the reinforcing steel but still may be vulnerable where there are scratches and other damage from transportation and installation. Sea walls corrode and fall apart quickly because of salt damage.
For this, Aaron Concrete Inc. is the provider of choice for hydraulic applications that exceed our customer's expectations of safety, quality, efficiency, attention to detail, and competitive value. One thing that makes Aaron Concrete Inc. different from other companies is that we make repairs, not patches. This experience allows us to repair the damage rather than replace it with a patch, which to us is still damage – we don't accept anything less.
Economical: Stucco is the most cost-efficient exterior cladding system available.
Versatile: Stucco can be applied to virtually any shape or surface, in many colors and textures, allowing near-infinite design flexibility.
Water resistant: Properly applied stucco do not permit water to enter the building.
Low maintenance: Most stains wash off; stucco does not require painting.
Abuse resistant: Stucco/hydraulic systems is durable enough to last decades.
Breathable: While stucco systems do not allow water to penetrate, they do allow mold-causing water vapor to exit.
Foam – Shape, Trim, Moulding
Retaining wall resurface
Lath- water proofing, wire, screed and bead
All types of masonry and hydraulic cement