Hello to all,
We are in the final stretch of 7 months of mud, mud, and more colder mud.
They came and cleaned-out the pool Saturday, and I beleive are set to install the pebblesheen Monday. However, the temp's are going to range from lows of 28 to highs of 45-50 [coldest stretch of the whole winter here so far in Houston].
I know that when you apply stucco, it has to be above 40's for the cement to properly set and not crystalize. I am not, however, familiar w all the optimal or acceptable conditions for applying pebble-sheen/plaster. I learned that the thickness of the plaster/p-sheen on the walls is consistent w the thickness of the water-line tile. Makes sense. That tile w thin-set is about 3/8 - 1/2". Those tiles are a 6x6 travertine Noce.
I would appreciate your experience and feedback and let me know if there is anything I should make sure the installers do or do not to insure this is a correct and proper install. Any post installation things I should check?
Also, all of the column stones, wall stones, pool line stone, spillway of the spa to pool over flow stones are all travertine and have been installed for 2-3 months now. I wanted to clean and seal them before the plaster is installed. Can these be cleaned and sealed in the same day? The high today will be 51, the low 28-29 tonight, sunny all day.
Thank you very much,