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We specialize in exterior and interior applications & repairs. We have refined our application process – eliminating mess (protecting your home and belongings), reducing application time and insuring consistent and professional results.
We continue to build in the painting and decorating business by providing exceptional service and quality workmanship to our clients.

EIFS & Traditional Stucco

The results of two landmark studies conducted over nearly three years prove EIFS an excellent choice for energy efficiency, temperature, and moisture control in mixed, coastal, Zone 3 (hot and humid) climate. Researchers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory concluded that EIFS with drainage performed better than other typical exterior claddings (e.g. brick, stucco and cement fiber siding) in moisture resistance and insulation.

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  In this era of green building, the ability of EIFS to save energy and control moisture is critical. No other wall system offers optimal protection against the elements, energy efficiency and economy, AND the design freedom of unlimited colors, textures, specialty finishes, integral shapes, curves and details.

Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) are multi-layered exterior wall systems that are used on both commercial buildings and homes. They provide superior energy efficiency and offer much greater design flexibility than other cladding products.
Developed in Europe in the 1950s, EIFS were introduced in the U.S. almost 40 years ago. They were first used on commercial buildings, and later, on homes. Today, EIFS account for nearly 30% of the U.S. commercial exterior wall market. EIFS typically consist of the following components:
insulation board, made of polystyrene or polyisocyanurate foam, which is secured to the exterior wall surface with a specially formulated adhesive and/or mechanical attachment
a durable, water-resistant base coat, which is applied on top of the insulation and reinforced with fiber glass mesh for added strength
an attractive and durable finish coat — typically using acrylic co-polymer technology — which is both colorfast and crack-resistant.

Traditional cement plaster (stucco) is a time-tested exterior finish. It consists of Portland cement-based materials and sand, mixed with water to form a workable plaster. Portland cement, the same material that is the basis for the hardened properties of concrete used to build super-highways, bridges, and skyscrapers provides strength, durability, and toughness in Portland cement plaster.
Stucco is applied either by hand to exterior and interior wall surfaces in two or three coats. It may be applied directly to a solid base such as masonry or concrete walls, or it can be applied to a metal lath attached to frame construction, solid masonry, or concrete construction. Applied directly to concrete masonry, Portland cement plaster provides a tough 1/2-inch thick facing that is integrally bonded with the masonry substrate. When applied to metal lath, three coats of plaster form a 7/8-inch total thickness. A vapor-permeable, water-resistant building paper separates the plaster and lath from water sensitive sheathing or framing. Portland cement plaster has high impact resistance, sheds water, but breaths, allowing water vapor to escape. It’s a proven system that works in all climates.

Diamond Plaster is really a veneer that’s about ¼ of an inch thick that is applied over sheetrock. It is tinted, so the color is throughout the finish not just on the surface and hand applied by trowel. We have done this finish in very traditional homes, were it gives the appearance of fine European walls. In contemporary houses, the finish adds softness and subtle color. It’s simply stunning wherever it lives. It gives warmth to a room and looks as if there are more tones to the finish than just flat color.
Diamond Plaster creates a strong, hard surface that resists abrasions and surface cracking .It is a combination of gypsum, plaster of Paris, lime and quartz so it’s hardy stuff.
Stucco is applied either by hand to exterior and interior wall surfaces in two or three coats. It may be applied directly to a solid base such as masonry or concrete walls, or it can be applied to a metal lath attached to frame construction, solid masonry, or concrete construction. Applied directly to concrete masonry, Portland cement plaster provides a tough 1/2-inch thick facing that is integrally bonded with the masonry substrate. When applied to metal lath, three coats of plaster form a 7/8-inch total thickness. A vapor-permeable, water-resistant building paper separates the plaster and lath from water sensitive sheathing or framing. Portland cement plaster has high impact resistance, sheds water, but breaths, allowing water vapor to escape. It’s a proven system that works in all climates.

Japanese plaster is a traditional interior wall finish used for hundreds of years in Japan for both residential and commercial spaces. Satori finishes are a natural earth sand-based product which has been modernized to provide consistent color and durability. The coatings are applied by hand trowel similar to venetian Italian plaster, however, the look and feel is distinctly Eastern as well as contemporary.

Architects, Interior Designers, Plasterers and anyone interested in Contemporary Interior Design, will surely find what they are searching for in Satori Japanese Wall Finishes. Satori finishes are SCS Certified low VOC for healthy indoor air quality.

A power wash completed by a professional keep all these surfaces in tip top shape. We take as much pride in our work as you do in your home. Removing dirt and washing away winter grime prolongs the life of your home’s surfaces. Salt, sand, algae and moss can damage wood, black top, concrete, paving, and siding over time. Let us help you keep your property looking great with our power washing service.

We offer a wide variety of services for a wide variety of projects. Our goal is to provide high-quality work to our clients at competitive prices with exceptional service. This is achieved through competent personnel utilizing the latest in equipment, preparation procedures, product selections, and application techniques.

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Hampton Bays,
New York 11969

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