Today “West Land” is a private residence but in its early history was home to our 22nd and 24th President, Grover Cleveland. Harsh winters and water penetration caused considerable damage to the stucco façade and brownstone sills. The architect prefered to work with a single manufacturer for the diverse repair and rejuvenation of this landmark. Structural Skin, a fiberglass reinforced cement was chosen to repair the stucco because of its flexural strength and resistance to water. The decorative finish is Conpro Flex in “Contemporary” texture. The combination of integral color and flexibility of this trowel applied coating made it ideally suited for this project. MIMIC, a color matched repair mortar for natural stone was used to rebuild the deteriorated brownstone windowsills. Conproco M3P mineral silicate paint was used to coat a brownstone water table, and to blend it with a similar detail on the east side addition.