When should I get my stucco looked at?
We suggest you have a quick look at your stucco at least once a year. If you find any problems at all, you should address them as soon as you can. As always, if this is not something you are comfortable doing yourself contact us as soon as posable, and we will send an inspector out right away.
Taking care of your stucco in Saint George, Utah, and catching problems early. Will expend the life of your home for many years.
How long do Stucco Repairs Take?
There is no way to give a time frame until we see the extent of the damage, how much of it there is, how deep it goes, and what our current schedule is. Some cracks can take a few hours, well some repairs may take a week or more. After we assess the damage, we will work on a time frame that works for you
What types of Stucco Repairs might need taken care of?
Stucco Mold & EFIS Mold
Excess moisture and water absorption can be a real problem for stucco, and more so for aging stucco. As you are looking at the stucco, watch out mold. It will often darken the color of the paint or stucco. You may also notice paint chipping.
Over time, all stucco will crack and there is not much that can be done about it. It has to do with the heating and cooling that happens over the seasons. However, when you d spot cracking it is very important to have it taken care of right away. Open cracks are the fastest way to cause major damage to your wall.
When chipping starts to happen on your stucco, this is a sign of a major problem. There are a few reasons this happens, but all reasons have one thing in common. Water is being into your stucco and can start building up behind the stucco. This can cause rotting and lead to costly repairs.
- Three-coat Exterior Stucco
- EIFS Exterior Stucco
- One-coat Exterior Stucco
- Exterior Stucco Repair