Frequently Asked Stucco Questions
Our experts have put together the following list of the answers to our client's most frequently asked questions in hopes of better assisting you.
If you don’t see the answer to your questions below, please phone us at (904) 382-0061 to learn more.
What Makes Some Stucco More Expensive Than Others?
Different stucco is made from different combinations of material. Traditionally, stucco is made from a mixture of lime, Portland cement, sand, and water. High-quality stucco is usually more expensive, and includes different materials mixed into the stucco, like stones, pebbles, glass, and more. Because of their colorful beauty and unique textures, choosing high-end stucco is always worth it because it yields a higher quality result.
What Are the Different Kinds Of Stucco I Can Choose From?
There are two main kinds of stucco – traditional and synthetic. Traditional stucco uses the standard mixture of lime, sand, and water, and nowadays, is mixed with cement which makes it more durable.
Synthetic stucco does not use cement but instead uses a form of acrylic resin that is resistant to water damage. It dries more quickly and evenly than traditional stucco which makes it more convenient for some.
Both types can have decorative elements added to them to enhance their appearance.
Are you licensed and insured?
Yes. As professionals, we are happy to say that we are fully licensed and insured, with plenty of experience and training. We’re licensed to work on both commercial and residential buildings of all kinds.
Once I book my appointment, is there anything else I need to do?
There’s not much you need to do after booking an appointment. Just sit back and relax, and let us do all the work. We do recommend moving any furniture and personal items out of the workspace if you can, to make the job go smoother and faster.
How Much Do Stucco Contractors Charge?
Rates are generally determined by an hourly labor rate plus the cost for materials. The total cost will vary depending on the size and scope of the project.
Is Stucco Safe?
Because stucco has a cement base, it is fire resistant, water resistant, and even noise resistant. All things considered, stucco is a great option for your outdoor siding.
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Madrid Stucco Inc is the industry leader who puts your best interests first. If you have additional questions, please feel free to book a no-risk consultation with our experts.
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