About repairing cracked stucco
If you have a small crack in your exterior stucco, you can patch it pretty easily on your own – and you definitely should, or you may be in for more extensive repairs down the line. To repair stucco, you can use any number of commercially sold products. While some are designed to remedy larger gouges and holes, others are meant specifically to fix smaller hairline cracks due to things like foundation settling.
If the crack is vertical, such as from the base to the window or from the roof to the door, there could be a problem with the foundation of the home. If you notice vertical cracks, brown streaks near your windows, stucco cracks larger than 1/8″, bulging on stucco walls, or white chalking, then you should consider contacting Stucco Boy to repair and replace any of your home’s damaged stucco. Our stucco professionals are very knowledgeable and will work alongside you to determine what services your home needs.
Types of Stucco Finishes & Textures
Nobody takes more pride in their custom finishes than Stucco Boy. From multi-colored Venetian finishes to complex mission style finishes, Stucco Boy can match or duplicate any texture imaginable. Stucco Boy’s signature finish is called “the trowel down.” This can be applied over any preexisting stucco finish with proper preparation. This is a cost-efficient way to create a new, timeless look for your home. Stucco Boy has several years of experience in window and door patches, from new custom homes to early 1900’s vintage homes. No patch, stucco finish, or color is too difficult for the experienced crews at Stucco Boy.