Sandblast & Re-Stucco
This is by far the most effective and efficient way to prepare your stucco surface for maintenance work. This however is not a task that should be tackled by even the most accomplished DIY enthusiast. This service needs a tradesman's touch to ensure it is done correctly and without causing any more damage to the exterior of your home or business. Add o this the fact that using a sandblaster in itself can be a tricky task, and you will quickly realize why it's best left to the professionals at Salinas Stucco Pros. We get the job done safely every time, no matter what.
Things To Look Out For
Preparing your home or business's exterior surface is not just about attacking it all guns blazing. When choosing the sandblast option, one needs to remember not to damage the stucco below the old painted surface. Funny enough, the old paint tends to get a lot harder than your stucco, which means you need to be careful just to remove the old paint layer. Luckily for you, we have developed a wide range of high-quality solutions to ensure the job is done correctly every single time. So put our excellent reputation to the test today and give us a call immediately.
New Stucco On Old Stucco With Re-Stucco
The easy answer to this question is yes, but only if you take the right steps to ensure the surface that you will be working on is ideally prepared. Basically, we need to take the right steps to ensure the integrity of your new stucco solution. We do this by testing and checking your old stucco layer. This helps us determine precisely what preparation processes will be needed to ensure the new solution bonds as it should. So as you can see it is not as simple as just whacking on a new layer. It takes a certain level of expertise to get it just right.
One would think that because stucco is such an affordable siding solution, choosing a re-stucco solution would be just as cost-effective. Well, you would be 1OO% correct. In fact, it can sometimes work out cheaper per square foot depending on the amount of work that needs to be completed. The type of finish can also affect the price, but usually, the re-stucco costs do not run more than $3 to$6 per square foot. As you can see, stucco just makes sense, so get in touch with us today for an obligation free quote.
It is Not That Expensive
This is one of the biggest myths in the construction industry, and we are dedicated to changing it. While from the start we will admit that the cost per square foot does run a bit higher than other siding options, when one takes into account its durability, longevity, and energy efficiency, those costs are justified. Add to this the low maintenance requirements, and you will quickly see how your stucco solution pays for itself over time and saves you bags of money. So give us a call today and let us show you the truth about our high-quality stucco solutions.