Crack-resistant, water-resistant, beautiful facade restoration
are you considering facade resurfacing? With the salt, sun, wind and water in Florida facades take a beating. From delamination, mildew and discoloration facades can have many challenges over time. The Semco facade system is designed to withstand the harshest conditions. It does this by using a material that can take foot traffic on the wall.materials like stucco, tile, cast stone, hardi-board and other painted surfaces show wear due to the constant presence of sun and water. even when properly installed these surfaces break down over time, especially when they are not well maintained. the semco facade resurfacing system is applied over any intact substrate in a multi-step process that ensures a long lasting installation. also, due to its low porosity, the semco facade restoration system does not grow mold or mildew. it can be cleaned easily without showing wear. Common finishes include both solid colors as well as the popular concrete look.
normally concrete is not a great finish material for exteriors. However, the semco system, can have a concrete look but with the performance of a waterproof flooring material. This same coating is commonly used in showers, pools and other challenging areas. the semco waterproofing system can help fix moisture penetration issues while also eliminating the need for complicated material transitions. This is because semco can be wrapped around a corner or onto a horizontal surface in a seamless fashion without any joints. this ability to waterproof tough areas with a finish surface allows for a wide variety of design options.
Apply Semco’s facade resurfacing system to the following substrates:
- Concrete Block
- Cement Board
- Painted Stucco
- Exterior Sheathing
- Tilt-Up Concrete Walls
How semco’s facade resurfacing system is used to smooth out irregular substrates
do you have a textured stucco or masonry facade with deep grout joints? semco’s brown coat step easily solves this problem. whether your wall is smooth or it is deeply pitted with voids you can have a smooth wall with a material that will stay bonded. it is important to remove any loose or delaminiating material first as semco needs to be applied to a solid substrate. then, once the surface is clean and ready for application the semco scratch coat is applied to create a link to the subsequent coats. next the brown coat is applied which will hide grout joints, voids between embedded pebbles or stone or any other surface irregularities. after the brown coat is smooth and consistent one of a variety of our finishes is applied for the finish coats.
- No mildew growth
- No chemical breakdown from salt
- Will never delaminate
- Waterproof but breathable