For many generations, stucco has been used as a finishing material, inside our homes. It is strong and long-lasting, and leaves a quality appearance, that looks well-finished. It is a great addition to make to any home but it is not completely invincible. Stucco damages like any other concrete material, cracking, discoloring or sometimes succumbing to water damages. Nobody wants their walls showing off the scars of damaged stucco, so if it happens to you, you should look into some professional repairs work as soon as you can. When you need any level of stucco repairs, give Stucco Pros of Riverside a call, and we will be able to lend a hand, right away.
Hard Coat Stucco Repair
A hard coat of stucco is a three-layer process, which is stronger and more durable than a single application. Whether or not you have had this style used previously or not, we will be more than able to apply it to your repairs. That is because, it can be applied to any bare material, from concrete to masonry, and of course, is equally possible over old stucco. It will better protect you from water damages, be more resistant to impact and will undoubtedly last you a many number of years.
Stucco Water Damage Repairs
No matter how strong your stucco installation is, water is always able to leave its mark. Whether that is a small amount of discoloration or more serious structural damages, water is hard to stop, without some expert assistance. Damages are usually a result of a small hole or crack, somewhere within your walling. When we take a look at the water damage to your stucco, you can count on us to locate the source of the issue too. If we are able to help, we will plug it quickly and if not, we will make recommendations on the steps needed to rectify it.
If the damage done to your stucco is more severe than a simple crack, it may be more suitable for us to apply our stucco patching service. We will clear an affected area of any damaged or loose material, so that we can then rebuild it, using fresh stucco. You can guarantee that it will be looking as good as new, free of any superficial damage and with a bright new appearance. At the same time, you can guarantee that it will last you a many number of additional years, something that a simple coverup job would not be able to do.
To best avoid the potential damages that moisture can cause or simply to better protect its surface, you may want to consider a stucco seal. The best method of repairs is always to negate the problem, before it becomes one. In the way of stucco, there is no better option than to apply a sealant. One of our top-quality sealants will be able to resist staining, strengthen the material and on the whole, make the material much stronger.