Cory Nevins, product marketing manager at Chicago-based USG Corp., says traditional full-coat, as well as one- and two-coat, veneer plaster wall systems are hot.
If a high-quality, conventional plaster look fits the bill, but not the budget, another option is a veneer plaster system.
High-strength, one-coat veneer plaster finishes rank a step above drywall and a step down from two-coat veneer systems.
By knowing what benefits plaster, veneer plaster, and drywall systems offer, you can be confident of making the right choice.
High-strength veneer plasters, which are hundreds of times harder than drywall or other plaster finishes, make sense when abuse resistance is a priority.