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What is Stucco

By |2020-06-10T14:55:45+00:00August 21st, 2018|Stucco|

What is Stucco and Why You Should Choose Stucco Siding? Your house is more than a house. It’s your home. You want it to be a haven, a place where you and your family enjoy being. You want to take good care of it and keep it in good condition. You want it to always look good and to protect you from the elements. However, maintaining a home can take a lot of time and money. For these reasons, you need to plan every aspect of your home very carefully.  From structure to the roof, landscaping to architecture, windows to siding, your home speaks to who you are. Whether starting from scratch or remodeling an existing home, planning each part of your home can be a lot of fun. It’s also very important to plan carefully. Stucco is a good choice when you’re choosing what siding to use. Here are some things to consider when choosing the siding for your home.   So, what is stucco and why should you use it?

Selling Your Home? Update It!

By |2020-06-10T15:15:26+00:00July 2nd, 2018|Home Style|

Selling Your Home? Update It! If you plan on selling your home in the near future or even in the next few years, then you must consider which updates will give you the most bang for your buck. While the average buyer expects that they will need to make at least a few investments in their new home, most are not in the market for a full-on fixer upper. Here are a few of the essential pre-sale investments that will update your home making it more attractive to buyers—many of which Denver Stucco & Stone can complete for you.  The Little Things  Start by walking through your home to look for the minor repair needs that you have grown so accustomed to that you may no longer notice them. Then start working your way through the list. If you are handy you may be able to complete many of these repairs yourself. This includes, but is not limited to:  Damaged door frames  Missing weather stripping from windows and doors  Missing or damaged light or electrical strip  Broken toilet lever  Missing washer on leaky

Debunking Stucco Stigma

By |2020-06-10T15:11:34+00:00June 20th, 2018|Stucco|

Debunking Stucco Stigma The word stucco has gotten quite an unfair stigma over recent years. Many have started to believe that stucco poses more of a problem than it is worth. Due to this unfair reputation, homes with stucco siding are often marketed at a lower value than other comparable homes. This article will examine some of the myths concerning stucco and the correct practices for installation, maintenance and upkeep that will have the stucco on your home standing up beautifully to the test of time and weather. We are here to prove to you that stucco is a fabulous option for siding your home and that it will continually add value to its appearance without the great hassle it has been unfairly known for. Myth: Buying a home with exterior stucco is asking for trouble. The biggest difference between stucco that poses a hazard and stucco that adds value and beauty to your home is whether it was installed by professionals and if it has been properly maintained.

Challenges Associated with Window and Door Replacement in Stucco

By |2020-06-10T15:13:06+00:00August 10th, 2017|Stucco|

Window And Door Replacement For Your Stucco Home The do it yourself attitude in each of us can bring about unnecessary difficulties. Do you live in a stucco home? Do your windows or doors need replacing soon? You may want to temper the DIY attitude for just a moment before you attempt these repairs yourself. This is not an attempt to sell you on products and services. The idea here is to give you a general idea of why you should consider seeking professional stucco contractors. When taken into consideration the difficulty in working with stucco, especially when replacing windows and doors, one may be apt to change their mind. So, let’s begin by looking at common troubles that arise when people attempt these repairs themselves. As you begin to remove the window, or door, damage inevitably occurs to the surrounding stucco. This is not to say that it happens in every case. However, it is a common manifestation. As nails are removed, and placed, damage can, and usually does, occur.