Stucco Installation & Remediation
Why Stucco is good for your home
If you dive into the benefits of Stucco, you are not going to be able to let
it go for sure. Stucco, although an age-old material, is still quite as applicable and efficient as any modern-day building material.
Types of stucco we work with
EIFS (synthetic stucco)
Services we provide
Where stucco can be applied
say about us!
Euro Plus has been fantastic from my first contact with them to the finished product. They renovated our two bathrooms, and they came out beautiful. Dmitriy, our project manager, was great and made the whole process stress free and a pleasure. The whole team was responsive, professional and great to work with. They have my highest recommendation.
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Frequently asked questions
Stucco is a great choice for homeowners who want an affordable, durable, attractive exterior for their property. It’s low-maintenance and provides a natural resistance to heat and fire, as well as superior seismic benefits.
Acrylic stucco, also called synthetic or elastomeric stucco, is made from resins or polymers that resemble paint with sand mixed in. While a bit pricier than traditional stucco, acrylic stucco has a wider range and stronger vibrancy of color and repels water. Also known to bridge hairline cracks because of its’ elastomeric properties. This makes it a great choice for both the appearance and protection of your home. – Sometimes referred to as classic, cement, or hard coat stucco, traditional stucco is composed of Portland cement, sand, lime, and water, and is very affordable. It offers a huge range of texture possibilities and can be colored, though lighter shades are recommended.
If you opt to paint your stucco rather than have it colored during the manufacturing & application process, you need to wait at least 28 days for the stucco to cure before painting over it. In addition, it’s important to properly clean and prep the area as well as select the correct paint and materials for the job.
With proper maintenance, stucco can last anywhere from 50 to 80 years, in many cases, a lifetime! Just be sure to repaint and recaulk every seven to 10 years, perform touch-ups, and regularly inspect for hairline cracks.
You sure can! Both acrylic and traditional stucco finishes offer a wide range of color options, though acrylic finishes tend to be more vibrant.
Stucco application requires a temperature of 40° or above. In wintertime, if necessary, we tent with plastic and install propane heaters inside to keep the temperature at an appropriate level for proper curing.