Preparing your house for a restucco is an important step to ensure a successful and long-lasting finish. Here are the steps we follow: 1. Inspect the existing stucco: Start by inspecting the current stucco for any damage, cracks, or signs of moisture. Make any stucco repairs needed before proceeding with the restucco. 2. Repair
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Traditional stucco is 3 layers that operate in combination with each other. The most noticeable and the one crucial to your home's life-span is the outer layer:
Restucco is a great way to update the look of your home, and it can also help improve its energy efficiency. In most cases, restucco takes about two weeks to complete on a 2,000 square foot home.
A restucco is a complete repair and renovation of a stucco exterior. This type of project is ideal for homeowners, property managers, and building contractors who want to improve the look of their property without the hassle and expense of a complete tear-down and rebuild.
A complete restucco of a house or building is the best way to address not only problems of deterioration, but also of cosmetics. The advantage to a complete restucco is that the preparation and repair work is sealed under a color coat that allows for a more solid finished product without the look of a patch job.
The three most commonly professionally used refinishing methods for stucco are: Restucco with traditional stucco, Fog Coating, and Acrylic/Elastomeric Refinishing (Synthetic Stucco finishing). With any of these methods you will first need to prepare and clean the surface