Continuing Education

The Importance of Lath Embedment in Portland Cement-Based Plaster (Stucco)

Approximately 1 hour

Stucco is a popular and durable finishing material that offers many benefits, combining safety and affordability while satisfying aesthetic needs. It can be applied to various surfaces using a lath system, which provides support for stucco. However, the quality of the stucco lath embedment can greatly affect its performance. This course covers the proper technique for achieving lath embedment, the different types of metal lath and their various applications, and regional material preferences.

Presented by Christopher K. Little, CSI, CDT, LEED Green Associate on behalf of Clark Dietrich.

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