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Stucco is almost impossible to repair.
As a building material, stucco is a relatively durable, attractive, and weather-resistant wall covering. However, even though one of the primary ingredients is concrete, it is the softest version of it. So, while stucco is a trendy exterior finish, it will degrade over time if not maintained.
When stucco starts to crack, crumble, or chip, it’s time to take action.
Even if you just focused on a smaller part of the overall installation, simple things like matching the color are extremely difficult. Further, the building code has changed in many places. In PA, 10 years ago, building code specified a 1/2″ thickness for stucco. Today, it is 7/8″ and, unfortunately, you can’t apply an extra coat to get to the required thickness. You end up tearing it all off, just to reapply it thicker.
After we inspect the site, we’ll make a determination about the extent of the damage and the work to resolve it.
If you want to replace the stucco, we can remove it and reinstall it fresh. While it isn’t common, some people want to do that and we’re happy to help. Most of our clients opt to remove the damaged stucco and replace it with high-quality siding.