The Mid Atlantic’s Foremost Installer of E.I.F.S. and Acoustical Plaster Products

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SERVICES WE OFFER

Our diversified portfolio of field capability includes EIFS, Stucco, Venetian and Gypsum Plasters, Acoustical Plasters, including BASWAphon, StarSilent, and Pyrok, and we are an ABAA certified installer of AVB/air, vapor and weather barriers.

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“I was very impressed with how well organized your company is and how efficiently your crews went about their work. If I had more Sub-contractors, like Bradleigh, I dare say there would be no end to what could be accomplished.”

HOW / WHY ITS USED

  • Provides improved fire & abuse resistance over conventional drywall systems
  • Allows for a variety of aesthetic applications and better acoustic performance
  • Minimizes / eliminates irregularities associated with standard drywall construction

Plaster systems provide improved fire and abuse resistance over conventional drywall systems. In addition, they allow for a variety of aesthetic applications and better acoustic performance. Depending on the application, either conventional or veneer plaster systems can be used. Conventional plaster systems use a thicker plaster coat over a metal lath and provide increased fire and wear resistance, while one- or two-coat veneer systems are faster and less expensive to apply. Plaster systems typically consist of a substrate, a base-coat plaster and a finish plaster.

HOW / WHY ITS USED

  • Provides a protective and decorative exterior or interior coating over concrete, masonry, stucco, or acrylic-based textured finish
  • Used to promote color uniformity of repaired and modified surfaces
  • Colors architectural details and graphics and is used when recoating existing EIFS or Stucco

100% Acrylic-based coating available in textured or non- textured and is Integrally colored with high quality pigments. Our coatings are Dirt Pick-up Resistant, where as the surface of the coating hardens and does not soften again under heat. This ensures the non-tacky surface provides high resistance to accumulation of dirt, mold, and pollutants! Acrylic Interior and Exterior Coatings also provide excellent hiding power as well as flexibility and drying characteristics.

HOW / WHY ITS USED

  • Interior Gypsum Board consists of a solid set, fire-resistive gypsum core
  • Venetian Plaster can give the appearance of depth and texture and becomes abuse resistive
  • Both products are very low-maintenance and highly durable

Interior Gypsum: Used to create durable, sound- and fire-resistant interior walls while delivering a plastic working material that easily conforms to a variety of wall and ceiling designs.

Venetian Plaster: The application in thin translucent layers creates an iridescent finish, giving the appearance of depth and movement, while providing a look that is earthy and soft.  Venetian plaster is basically a putty made from fired limestone, combined with water. It’s then mixed together to make lime plaster. When that lime plaster is applied to walls and exposed to the carbon dioxide in the air, the mixture turns back into limestone.

HOW / WHY ITS USED

  • Provides exterior walls with an insulated, water-resistant, finished surface in an integrated composite material system
  • EIFS with Drainage provides a way for moisture that may accumulate in the wall cavity to evacuate
  • Allows for the option to add architectural details that are composed of the same E.I.F.S. materials

Exterior insulation and finish system (EIFS) is a general class of non-load bearing building cladding systems that provides exterior walls with an insulated, water resistant, finished surface in an integrated composite material system.

E.I.F.S. Systems are comprised of 6 Layers:

  1. An Optional Water-Resistive Barrier that is generally fluid applied and covers the substrate.
  2. Adhesive to attach insulation board to the supporting structure (in some cases mechanical fasteners may be used).
  3. Foam insulation board that’s secured to the exterior wall surface substrate, most often with adhesive.
  4. Base Coat, an acrylic or polymer-based cement material that’s applied to the top of the insulation, then reinforced with glass fiber reinforcement mesh.
  5. Reinforcement Mesh, that is embedded in the base coat material.
  6. Finish, a textured finish coat that is decorative and protective.

HOW / WHY ITS USED

  • Contains fibres or aggregate to absorb sound
  • Used in construction of rooms which require good acoustic qualities such as an auditoria or libraries
  • For ceilings and non-contact surfaces applied over basecoat plaster, concrete, metal decks, and gypsum panels

Acoustical Plaster Finish provides quiet elegance with enhanced acoustical properties to control interior sound levels for both work or living areas. Ideal for new constructions or remodeling projects, the finish is a setting-type plaster product applied using standard plaster spray application techniques.

HOW / WHY ITS USED

  • Used as a decorative coating for walls and ceilings, and as a sculptural and artistic material in architecture
  • Cover less visually appealing construction materials, such as metal, concrete, cinder block and more
  • Applied wet and hardens to a very dense solid

As a building material, stucco is a durable, attractive, and weather-resistant wall covering. It can be used as both an interior and exterior finish applied in one or two thin layers, directly over a solid masonry, brick or stone surfaces. The finish coat usually contains an integral color and is typically textured for appearance. The traditional application of stucco and lath occurs in three coats — the scratch coat, the brown coat and the finish coat. The two base coats of plaster are either hand-applied or machine sprayed. The finish coat can be troweled smooth, hand-textured, floated to a sand finish or sprayed.

HOW / WHY ITS USED

  • Used to control airflow in building enclosures
  • Intended to resist the air pressure differences that act on them
  • Keeps outside and inside air out of the building enclosure

Air barriers are systems of materials designed and constructed to control airflow between a conditioned space and an unconditioned space. The air barrier system is the primary air enclosure boundary that separates indoor (conditioned) air and outdoor (unconditioned) air. In multi-unit/townhouse/apartment construction the air barrier system also separates the conditioned air from any given unit and adjacent units. Air barrier systems also typically define the location of the pressure boundary of the building enclosure.

In multi-unit/townhouse/apartment construction the air barrier system is also the fire barrier and smoke barrier in inter-unit separations. The inter-unit separation must also meet the specific fire-resistance rating requirement for the given separation.

The air barrier system also separates garages from conditioned spaces. In this regard the air barrier system is also the “gas barrier” and provides the gas-tight separation between a garage and the remainder of the house or building.

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