Stucco Repair Service You Can Count On

Proudly Serving Residential & Commercial Properties In Orange, LA, & Riverside Counties

Looking for a professional stucco repair service? Give us a call first!

We offer some of the most competitive rates in Southern California for both residential and commercial projects. While we know stucco repair kits are easily available online or at Home Depot when you need help for a bigger fix or a fix that will last, you need to call the pros.

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Common Types Of Stucco Repair

Most homes in Southern California homes use stucco for their exterior. As a result, we get tons of calls for all types of stucco repair related calls. Here are the most common:

  • Sudden cracks on the stucco that make the exterior of the property appear unattended
  • Water damage
  • Vertical cracks by doors and windows
  • Plumbing work repair
  • Foundation shift
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Our Stucco Repair Process

When you need stucco repair, you can trust us to get the job done right the first time.

We focus on delivering outstanding customer service and high-quality workmanship. Once you’ve scheduled a time for us to come by, we get right to work.

Our team is professional and respectful towards you and your property. We work hard to get the job done as quickly as possible while maintaining outstanding workmanship.

We start out by preparing the areas where the stucco will be repaired. We then remove any damaged and loose stucco.

The next step is to install a sturdy metal mesh that will hold the first later of stucco “scratch coat” properly. Once that dries up, we apply the second coat “brown coat” to begin smoothing out the stucco.

Finally, we apply the final coat which matches the rest of the texture of your stucco. Once the final layer is dried up, we can paint it to match the exiting stucco or apply a fog coat.

Should I Apply Paint or Fog Coat After Stucco Repair?

That is a great question!

Personally, we always recommend a fog coat. A fog coat allows the stucco to “breathe”, while paint does not. When stucco cannot “breathe” it can result in moisture being trapped in the walls of your home resulting in mold and mildew.

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