do people throw away millions of dollars each year painting their
stucco, possibly trapping mold-producing water vapor and sealing
in potentially deadly paint and chemical vapors? Simple answer:
They don't know about FOG COAT!
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What is Fog Coat?
According to the Stucco Manufacturer's Association
(the world's leading authority on the care and maintenance of Stucco),
"Fog Coat is a cement-based finish that in simple terms is
stucco without the sand. It can be made in any stucco
color (except the very darkest colors), and allows for patching,
blending, freshening up, and re-coloring stucco." Here's something
you may be wondering...
Why shouldn't I just paint my
could, but painting stucco is like putting your money in a pile,
dowsing it with gasoline, and setting it on fire. That's because
painting stucco has several serious downsides. Here's a list of
some of them...
- Paint can peel and flake within 2-3 years
after application, leaving your building looking old and
run-down (Fog Coat becomes a part of the underlying stucco,
so it never peels or flakes. Your building retains that
"new-stucco" look. That's why it's been used for
70 years by people "in the know").
- Painting stucco is not recommended by
the leading authorities in the stucco industry (Fog Coat
- Paint can trap mold-causing moisture
and create health issues for those living inside (Fog Coat
allows your stucco to breathe, eliminating potentially deadly
- Paint can give off harmful or hazardous
chemical vapors and trap them inside where they can be inhaled
by those living inside. (Since Fog Coat is made of the same
materials as stucco, it contains no harmful vapors and is
colored with natural earth pigments, so it's like giving
your building a breath of fresh air).
- Paint may have to be scraped, hydro blasted
or sandblasted before a new coat is applied, costing you
extra money in labor costs (Fog Coat becomes integrated
with the stucco when applied, eliminating the expense of
sandblasting or scraping).
- Paint is less economical because it should
be applied every 3-5 years, taking money out of your pocket
(Fog Coat costs about the same as paint, yet lasts up to
15 years with one application. That's over 4 times longer
than paint, and Fog Coat won't cover up the beautiful textures
in your stucco like several coats of paint will).
Why haven't I heard of Fog Coat?
Why do some stucco buildings seem to always look
bright and new, while others seem to just fade and become eyesores
over time, even though they are painted every few years? The answer
is what some have called "the best-kept secret in the stucco
For over 70 years now, Fog Coat has been used
by people "in the know" to freshen up their stucco. Those
who don't know this valuable secret simply paint their stucco, not
realizing that painting stucco can create problems down the road,
such as dull, ugly stucco, or trapped water vapor that can cause
mold, or trapped paint and chemical vapors that can cause health
risks to those living or working inside.
While other stucco buildings slowly fade and become
dull and old-looking, by trusting Fog Coat Corporation (the industry
leader in Fog Coat), your stucco buildings will be bright, fresh
and have that "just built" look.
Whether you're a homeowner, a rental property
manager, a homeowner's association representative or a building
contractor. Why not use what the stucco experts use? Whether for
a single building or for every building in a community, Fog Coat
revitalizes and enhances color -- and it couldn't be simpler. When
others see the results and ask how you keep your stucco buildings
looking new, tell them, "it's a guarded secret."
In addition to the benefits of Fog Coat mentioned
above, Fog Coat is easy to apply, economical and can be matched
to just about any
stucco color. Here's something else you may find helpful...
Fog Coat Corporation is the industry
With a firm belief in treating others as we'd
like to be treated ourselves, it's our honor to be the only company
recommended exclusively by LaHabra
Stucco (the leading stucco and Fog Coat manufacturer).We serve:
- Homeowner's Associations (repairs or complete stucco facelifts)
- Plastering Contractors
- Commercial Property Managers (repairs or complete stucco facelifts)
- Town Homes
- And Fast Food Restaurants (for maintenance contracts or a complete
We can fix almost any stucco problem, such as:
- Blotchy Color
- Bad Patch Jobs
- Water Leak Problems
Over the past sixteen years, we've risen to become
the number one provider of Fog Coat. Over those sixteen years, we've
worked very closely with LaHabra
Stucco, and when LaHabra
Stucco gets a call for Fog Coat, we're the only company they
recommend. Period. Here's what you can do right now to save money
and get beautiful results...
Get a free, no obligation, online
Why not take a moment and allow us to give you
a free online cost evaluation? You'll be getting it from the best
and most trusted name in the Fog Coat industry. And remember, Fog
Coat costs about the same as painting. Need stucco repairs? No problem.
Once you have your free online cost evaluation,
you can compare it to the cost of painting. You'll quickly see that
Fog Coat is hands-down the wisest choice for stucco. Here's how
easy it is...
It's as easy as 1, 2, 3
Your free cost evaluation is as easy as 1, 2,
3. Simply click on the link below. You'll be taken through three
very quick and easy steps.
- See Examples of Our Work and See Our Online Movie
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It will just take a couple of moments and these
simple steps will give you the tools you need to make one of the
wisest decisions you've ever made regarding your stucco. It's fast,
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