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Top 10 stucco contractors near you

Homeowners agree: these stucco contractors are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Kalyx Green Design & Build

Kalyx Green Design & Build

5.0(3)
2 hires on HomeGuide
29+ years in business
Lauren P. says, "John Ahrar gives personal attention. He is thorough, thoughtful, reliable, and honest. He delivers an excellent and timely work product. He's renovated two houses (gut jobs), made basic home improvements to my current home, and built a garage for us." Read more
Atlas Design Center VA

Atlas Design Center VA

5.0(2)
Offers online services
15+ years in business
Negy S. says, "Great customer service. Experienced people." Read more
Barrera & Sons Remodeling, LLC

Barrera & Sons Remodeling, LLC

New on HomeGuide
18+ years in business
Established in 2006, Barrera & Sons Remodeling, LLC is a trusted name in Manassas, VA, and the surrounding areas. This company is recognized for providing top-notch quality in all aspects of remodeling. Whether you envision a major renovation or a minor tweak, Barrera & Sons Remodeling, LLC brings expertise and commitment to every project, ensuring your satisfaction with their exceptional service.
Kallas Construction Inc

Kallas Construction Inc

New on HomeGuide
10+ years in business
Founded in 2014, Kallas Construction, Inc. a full general Contracting firm specializing in custom homes, commercial construction and residential remolding. serves the Northern Virginia , and surrounding areas with an exceptional record of quality service. And also in concrete, stone and brick driveway and Patio installation, the highly skilled and motivated team at Kallas Construction is ready to meet all your installation needs. Choose Kallas Construction, Inc. for an outstanding and reliable service experience.
GT PRO-PAINTING AND DESIGN

GT PRO-PAINTING AND DESIGN

5.0(2)
2 hires on HomeGuide
17+ years in business
STEVE says, "HIGTH QUALITY" Read more
Santiago Home Improvement

Santiago Home Improvement

New on HomeGuide
Offers online services
28+ years in business
I am General Contractor w/ license and insuranced, i have over 20 years of experience in Home Improvement. We are a family owned company and there is not a job to small or too big for us. I can help you from changing a light bulb to adding a new structure to your home.i have worked in New York, North Caroline, New Jersey, Rhode Island. I like building and helping clients with their ideas and making them become a reality. i enjoy what i do.
End Slips

End Slips

New on HomeGuide
Offers online services
5+ years in business
Non-Slip Floor & Tub Treatment Floor Coating Roof Coating Wall Coating Foundation Coating

Your Stucco Application questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on HomeGuide.

How much does stucco cost?

Stucco home siding costs $7 to $17 per square foot with installation or $14,000 to $34,000 total for a 2,000-square-foot house. Stucco material prices are $5 to $9 per square foot, while labor costs $2 to $8 per square foot.

Stucco costs more than other siding materials but lasts longer and insulates better than average. Exterior stucco is best for dry climates because it's more prone to water damage or crumbling when exposed to humidity or rain.

What is stucco?

Stucco is a building material often used as siding on houses. Traditional cement stucco made of Portland cement, sand, lime, and water. This stucco type is cheap and easy to repair but more prone to cracking.

Synthetic stucco is made with a cement base and acrylic additives. Acrylic stucco is more expensive but more flexible, durable, and water-resistant. Synthetic and smooth-finish stuccos are slightly harder to apply and typically cost more in labor fees than traditional stucco.

Is stucco siding worth it?

Stucco siding is worth it if you live in a dry climate because it lasts longer than other siding materials and costs less to repair than average. Stucco is fire-resistant, water-resistant, and versatile but does not perform well in humid environments.

How long does stucco last on a house?

Stucco lasts 50 years or longer on average or up to 100 years if installed and maintained correctly. Most stucco installers offer a 15-year warranty for their work. Make sure to read through the terms to see what the warranty covers.

How long does it take to stucco a house?

An average 3-person crew takes 3 to 5 days to install stucco siding on a house. The more workers in a crew, the faster the stucco can be applied. After they're done, the stucco will need to fully dry for 30 to 90 days before painting.

Can you paint a stucco house?

Yes, you can paint a stucco house. Painting a stucco house costs $1.00 to $5.50 per square foot or $2,400 to $8,100 total, depending on the home size and paint type. You can either use acrylic or elastomeric paint on stucco. You can also apply a layer of colored stucco mixture called a fog coat or color coat, which doesn't fade or chip as easily as paint.

Can you power wash a stucco house?

Yes, you can power wash a stucco house as long as you:

  • Keep the pressure to 1,500 PSI or less
  • Make sure the stucco is in good condition
  • Spray at a 45-degree angle, not 90 degrees

Pressure washing brittle or crumbling stucco can cause chips, cracks, and water damage inside the home or siding. Consider gently washing with a hose and gentle detergent instead.

Can you add stucco over existing siding?

Yes, you can add stucco over existing siding as long as there are no structural problems or water damage in the current siding. Installing stucco over brick or other siding is a great way to save money and add extra insulation to the house.

How do I choose a stucco contractor?

When looking for stucco contractors near you, remember to:

  • Look for installers who specialize in stucco.
  • Compare 3+ estimates for similar stucco styles.
  • Explore their Google and HomeGuide reviews.
  • Choose a licensed, bonded, and insured company with 5+ years of experience.
  • Ask for references and contact information.
  • Get a written, itemized contract and warranty.
  • Follow a payment plan instead of paying in full up front.

What questions should I ask stucco contractors?

Ask stucco contractors these questions:

  • How much experience do you have working with stucco?
  • Are you licensed, insured, and bonded?
  • Does this estimate include both installation and cleanup?
  • Would you recommend acrylic or traditional stucco?
  • How long will everything take to dry after installation?
  • Can you apply the stucco on top of my existing siding?
  • How long will this project take?
  • Do you offer a warranty? If so, what does it cover?

Reviews for Ashburn stucco contractors

Recent success stories from people in the Ashburn area.
Paul J.
An excellent experience on excavation and concrete pour and finish of a foundation and slab for a carport / garage. They followed my plans and worked with me on recommendations and solutions to grading conditions. John and his crew were a pleasure to work with and I look forward to working with them again!
Kalyx Green Design & Build
Shala
Danny is very knowledgeable about what he does. He is very meticulous and delivers on time. He was very patient with us as we changed plans couple times. Overall I am very satisfied with his service and professionalism.
Atlas Design Center VA
Aura L.
I recommend the best hardwood flooring installer, I was very happy for the great change that was made in my sweet home
GT PRO-PAINTING AND DESIGN
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