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– EST. 2018 –
North Okanagan & Shuswap

Creating Lasting Impressions

MJ’s Stucco & Plaster

What We Do

We specialize in creating beautiful and durable finishes for custom homes and repairing or resurfacing aged or damaged finishes to bring them back to life. Whether you’re looking for a modern look for new construction, a simple repair job, or a more involved renovation to your home or business, our team has decades of experience in the industry and has the expertise to make your vision a reality. We work closely with our clients to ensure that they are satisfied with the finished product.

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MJ’s Stucco & Plaster

About Us

At MJ’s Stucco and Plaster, exterior finishing is all we do. We understand that the exterior of your property is the first impression people get, and that’s why we take the time to listen to your needs and provide personalized solutions to meet your budget and style.

Our team is fully licensed and insured, giving you peace of mind that your project is in good hands and will be completed properly, on time and on budget.

We use only high-quality materials and the latest techniques to ensure that your stucco and plaster finishes are long-lasting and can withstand the Shuswap and North Okanagan weather through any season. 

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MJ’s Stucco & Plaster

Stucco Key Benefits

We offer high-end stucco solutions, including installation and repair. We have a team with years of experience in all aspects of stucco, including acrylic stucco and foam stucco, also known as EIFS.

  • Fire-resistant
  • Durable
  • Versatile
  • Customizable
  • Moisture-resistant
  • Curb appeal
  • Low maintenance
  • Budget-friendly
MJ’s Stucco & Plaster

Stucco Services

We offer multiple stucco services, from installation to repairs, painting, and acrylic resurfacing. We work with 2 types of stucco: foam (EIFS) and acrylic.


Foam stucco, or EIFS (Exterior Insulation and Finishing System) stucco, is a type of synthetic stucco that is used to improve the insulation of houses. It’s made up of many layers, including an air and moister barrier membrane, a foam insulation board and fibreglass mesh, which are then covered with a base coat and a finish coat. EIFS is incredibly durable and weighs 80% less than traditional stucco and offers more energy efficiency, with an R-value of 4 per every inch of foam.


Acrylic stucco is another popular choice for exterior finishing. Made of acrylic polymers, it’s more flexible and resistant to cracking than traditional stucco, and is available in a wide range of colours. We can also perform resurfacing on older stucco, which can help to repair any damage or cracks in the existing surface and provide a fresh and modern new look. Acrylic stucco is comprised of an underlayer of building paper and wire lath, with a base made of sand and cement, which makes it incredibly strong and durable.

parging services

Parging Services

Parging is the process of applying a thin layer of mortar or cement to the exterior surface of a chimney, ICF (Insulated Concrete Forms), or concrete foundation. Parging can fill in cracks or gaps, improve insulation, and protect against water damage.

Chimney parging

Parging your chimney can improve its appearance, prevent water damage, and help to maintain structural integrity. It can also help to fill any cracks or gaps in the surface of the chimney, protecting it from freeze-thaw cycles and therefore extending the life of your chimney.

ICF parging

In addition to creating a smooth and even finish to the exterior on a building, parging ICF can also seal any cracks or small holes in the ICF blocks. Parging can also help to protect the structure from water infiltration, preventing possible water damage and saving you time and costly repairs down the line. The process involves applying a base coat and fibreglass mesh, followed by an acrylic finish coat.

Parging concrete foundations

Creating a smooth finish isn’t the only reason to parge a concrete foundation. Above and beyond appearances, parging can also help to improve the insulation of the foundation, helping to keep the building warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. The process involves preparing the concrete surface by cleaning it, applying a bonding agent, and then applying the parging material creating a traditional texture or applying an acrylic finish coat in a thin layer using a trowel or sprayer.

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