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Lath and plaster construction has been used for centuries and is an integral part of architectural history in Southern California. We’ll explore the origins, evolution, and cultural significance of this building technique. In San Diego, many older homes and buildings still have lath and plaster walls and ceilings as well as exterior walls. At Nurse Stucco, We provide valuable information on how to properly preserve, restore, and maintain these structures, including tips and techniques to help you maintain your home. You can use our Contact Form too!

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San Diego Lath and Plaster Wall Basics

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