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Top 10 stucco repair contractors near you

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

Kalyx Green Design & Build

2 hires on HomeGuide
28+ 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

Offers online services
14+ years in business
Negy S. says, "Great customer service. Experienced people." Read more


2 hires on HomeGuide
16+ years in business
STEVE says, "HIGTH QUALITY" Read more
Santiago Home Improvement

Santiago Home Improvement

New on HomeGuide
Offers online services
27+ 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.

Your stucco repair questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on HomeGuide.

How much does stucco repair cost?

Stucco repair costs $8 to $50 per square foot, or $40 to $60 per hour plus materials. Homeowners spend $500 to $1,500 on average for professional stucco repairs, while DIY stucco repair kits cost about $40 to fix small cracks. Prices vary depending on the square footage of stucco needed, the number of stories, and the home's accessibility.

Should I repair my stucco or replace it?

A stucco contractor can determine whether your stucco should be repaired or replaced based on the scope of the damage. It's difficult to detect the extent of the damage in stucco on your own, so it’s best to have a professional inspect your home and decide if it's salvageable.

Professionals can typically repair horizontal cracking or small damaged areas. However, if the stucco was installed incorrectly or if there is widespread water or mold damage, your stucco siding will need to be replaced to prevent more problems.

How long does stucco repair take?

Minor stucco repairs like filling cracks and holes take 1 to 5 hours on average. Major repairs or total stucco remediation take 5 to 24 hours. These jobs are usually spread over 2 to 3 days.

Extensive stucco repair takes at least 24 hours because each layer of stucco needs to set and dry before any additional layers can be added on top of it.

How long does stucco last on a house?

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

Can I repair stucco myself?

You can repair hairline cracks or minor chips yourself with a DIY stucco repair kit. For anything more complex it's best to hire a professional. Examples of complex repairs include:

  • Several large cracks
  • Foundation issues
  • Water damage or mold
  • Structural damage

If you choose to do a DIY repair, you'll need to buy materials that you may only use once. Use caution if the damaged stucco is in a hard-to-reach place that requires a tall ladder.

How do I choose a stucco repair contractor?

When looking for stucco repair contractors near you, remember to:

  • Look for installers who specialize in stucco repair.
  • Compare multiple estimates from different companies.
  • Study their Google and HomeGuide reviews.
  • Pick a licensed, bonded, and insured company with 5+ years of experience.
  • Ask for references and contact information if possible.
  • Get a written, itemized contract and warranty and hold onto it.
  • Follow a payment plan and avoid paying in full up front.

What questions should I ask stucco repair contractors?

Ask stucco repair contractors these questions:

  • How much experience do you have repairing stucco?
  • Are you licensed, insured, and bonded?
  • Does this estimate include the repair and an inspection?
  • Would you recommend a repair or a full replacement?
  • How long will the repaired stucco take to dry?
  • Do I need to do anything to prepare for the repair?
  • How long will the repair take?
  • Is this repair covered under warranty?

Reviews for Ashburn stucco repair 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
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
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