STUCCO HOMES & REPAIR

APPLYING STUCCO

Applying stucco to your home is a time-consuming process that not everyone can do. For those who like to do-it-yourself may not always apply stucco to their homes correctly. At Total Construction of Florida, our trained professionals apply stucco on a day to day basis. Depending on your home structure, some houses may take require more than one coat of stucco. Adding stucco in layers while allowing each layer to harden properly which gradually increases the thickness.

STUCCO CONTRACTORS

Total Construction of Florida has been proudly providing stucco services throughout South Florida. We know how the weather can greatly affect homes. With hurricane season, floods, falling trees and other factors that can damage your home. It’s important to hire the right stucco contractors to repair or apply stucco to your home.

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TYPES OF STUCCO

Stucco is rather a low maintenance coating to your home that should be inspected once a year and pressure cleaned to remove dirt and debris that has accumulated over time.

• Traditional stucco for homes are a multi-step process which takes three coats to wooden-framed walls.

• Two coat stucco that is used more on brick, concrete and block walls.

• One-coat stucco that is fairly new process that mixes stucco with fiberglass.

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STUCCO REPAIR

In South Florida we’ll run into homes that have been damaged from water, sewage and plumbing, storms and floods. Even if the damage to your home seems minor, if it is neglected, those minor problems can turn into something larger. Part of our stucco services is to repair damaged properties and make sure they’re waterproof to prevent further damage.

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PAINTING STUCCO HOMES

Depending on the type of stucco and whether it has been newly applied to your home you may want to reconsider painting. Stucco that has been recently applied to your home needs time to breathe and harden properly before paint can be applied. Without allowing the stucco to dry and harden, the paint could be trapped within the stucco causing it to bubble and peel off. Once stucco is dry and hard, yes your home can be painted. It’s a good idea to have your home pressure cleaned before applying paint.