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    Default Rubber-like Cladding - Anyone seen this in Colorado?

    108 yr. home that has this (for lack of a better description) rubber coating for a cladding. Can anyone shed any light on what this is?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Rubber-like Cladding - Anyone seen this in Colorado?

    The photo is not very clear. It looks like painted stucco, but from your description I assume it was soft?


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    Default Re: Rubber-like Cladding - Anyone seen this in Colorado?

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Swartzendruber View Post
    108 yr. home that has this (for lack of a better description) rubber coating for a cladding. Can anyone shed any light on what this is?

    Thanks.
    Just a guess but I have seen acrylic polymer-based EIFS finishes on almost every substrate.

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    Default Re: Rubber-like Cladding - Anyone seen this in Colorado?

    It's probably some type of elastomeric covering applied over stucco. Tex-Cote is a well known brand and has been around for decades.


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    Default Re: Rubber-like Cladding - Anyone seen this in Colorado?

    Could be liquid vinyl paint, or 'permacoat'.

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