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Stucco Siding

Applying stucco siding is something that is relatively simple and can generally be completed by anyone with moderate renovation or improvement abilities. Stucco siding is a very popular application for homes and businesses for many reasons; it is easy to work with, a simple trowel or sprayer makes for an easy application. It has a very beautiful finish and can be sculpted, textured and manipulated in pretty much any way your imagination and creativity can come up with.

Latest Articles

Do It Yourself Stucco Cleaning
May 20, 2010
Cleaning stucco is an intimidating do-it-yourself project because it appears that water will cause the porous surface irreparable harm. In fact, that's not the case if you take your time. Here's what you need to do to get your stucco clean and looking like new....

Try a Combination of Synthetic Stucco and Stone Veneer Siding on Your Home
April 19, 2010
What do you get when you combine 2 beautiful exterior siding products? Usually, a lovely house! Try pairing synthetic stucco with stone veneer siding to create a dazzling appearance for your home....

How to Repair Stucco With Small Surface Cracks
March 17, 2010
Have you noticed small surface cracks appearing in your home's stucco facade? Learn how to repair stucco with minor surface cracking in this quick guide....

A Simple Guide to Stucco Cleaning
March 08, 2010
Have you noticed an unsightly build up of mildew on your house's stucco exterior? Learn about stucco cleaning and mildew removal in this quick guide....

Stucco siding is a very versatile and incredibly durable product, it is water and decay resistant and can last over 50 years if maintained properly. It is very effective at protecting your home from rain, sleet, snow and other weather conditions when installed and maintained correctly. Maintenance should be performed regularly to protect it, for a finish that is long lasting. You should inspect stucco siding regularly and even if there is damage found, you should repair it immediately. It is a good idea to keep basic maintenance and repair products on hand in order to accommodate unexpected repairs as soon as noted. Although stucco siding is very durable, some utilize an additional protective aide by applying an appropriate sealer to help protect it from the elements and even dirt and debris. When painting or sealing you should allow six weeks for the stucco to cure first, or per the manufacturer’s instructions. Cleaning stucco siding is also a part of regular maintenance. If neglected the stucco can accumulate residues, dirt, particles, even growing vines which can all be, or turn into, a very detrimental situation for your stucco siding and, if left unattended, can cause progressive damage that can end up being very costly. Generally a simply water hose can effectively be used for washing your stucco siding.

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