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SpiderLath – The Easy to Handle Alternative to Metal Lath

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SpiderLath (patent pending) is a superior fiberglass lath system for use in stucco, plaster, tile, countertops, shower surrounds, manufactured stone, and natural stone veneers, brick, concrete stairs, concrete overlays and other masonry systems! SpiderLath can be used over existing surfaces to apply masonry finishes. SpiderLath is fully encapsulated in the mortar bed creating a fiberglass reinforced scratch coat.

No more cuts from the old metal lath! SpiderLath is easy to handle and lightweight! Only 20 lbs per 300 square foot roll. One person can safely climb scaffolding with 300 sf of fiberglass mesh! Rust proof and non corrosive. Excellent for use in coastal areas!

SpiderLath has received IAPMO Evaluation Approval for conformance with the International Building Code (IBC) and the AC 275.

Construction Problem Leaves Local Homes Rotting

ABC News, Philadelphia. Click for story.


SpiderLath News & Projects

Congrats to the Clemson University Concrete Canoe Team for their win at the regional conference! They won 1st place overall! See story and photos.

 

In High Point, North Carolina Tony Wohlgemuth has been developing a Haunted House theme park amidst his family’s Christmas tree farm. Using a 4 jet Wall Blaster, Tony’s team applied stucco over SpiderLath . . . see article and photos.


SpiderLath Videos at YouTube –

The video thumbnails below link to specific videos on the
SpiderLath YouTube channel. To view other SpiderLath videos visit our YouTube page.

No More Tap Cons for
Cement Walls


by Nathan Giffin SpiderLath presents a new tool to Vertical Artisans.
Vertical Artisans
recorded live on 3/15/13


by Nathan Giffin Recorded live from Charlott, North Carolina
Fastening Solutions for SpiderLath

by Rodenhouse fasteners
A fast and efficient method of installing SpiderLath
SpiderLath Carved Concrete Projects

by Bill Foster
Hi-lighting SpiderLath's projects in the carved concrete industry.
SpiderLath testimonial

by Bill Foster

Testimonial from a stucco job in California.
SpiderLath vs Metal Lath Time Test

by Bill Foster

Installation of SpiderLath vs. Metal Lath. Video of time saved.
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by Mortarsprayer

How to apply mortar into Spider Lath