The customer called ES to inspect the stucco. Our inspection uncovered water damage in multiple areas. The stucco wall was opened up more rotten wood and severe water damage was exposed, including 2 LVL beams and 2 column posts compromising the stability of the home. Once repairs were made, ES wrapped repaired areas with 17 Gauge paper back lath and fastened foam trim to match existing, before applying scratch and brown coat before completing it with finish coat with texture and color match to existing for a seamless, fresh look.
One of the most important things stucco owners can do, is proper maintenance and regular inspection of their stucco and EIFS systems to prevent unseen damage and rot. Give us a call or simply fill out form by clicking "FREE ASSESSMENT" link, below, to have us review your home or business and prevent costly issues in the future!
Stucco is a widely used siding in Florida. Just like any other exterior finish, it comes with ups and downs. Stucco is prone to cracking and that is something our team at ES Jacksonville is used to dealing with. This house was in need of stucco repair. Our team was able to fix the stucco as needed. All the details are listed below. If you are in need of stucco repair or stucco installation in the city of Jacksonville and its surrounding areas, you can contact ES for a free consultation.
This house located in Jacksonville was in need of a paint job. Our ES Jacksonville team began by pressure washing the exterior surfaces using an environmentally friendly solution. Before painting, they also sealed in big cracks with sanded elastomeric sealant. Finally, our team painted the exterior walls and trim using one layer of LOXON Xp paint and one layer of Resilience Acrylic paint. No job is too big or too small for ES Jacksonville! If you are in need of exterior building services feel free to contact us for a free estimate. Whether you are in need of stucco installation or repair, a paint job, or just some maintenance. ESJacksonville is ready to meet your needs.
Finding cracked stucco on your home can be a frustrating experience that comes with many questions. Why is my stucco cracking? How can I prevent in from spreading?
I reached out to our ES stucco specialist, Alex, to get answers to these commonly asked questions.
This dumpster outlet at Wendie's was damaged by a vehicle and needed repair. We came out and cleaned up the site and laid new blocks for the wall. We then added a stucco to the walls with a brick style design. The walls were then painted a red color. Our team did a fantastic job of making this dumpster outlet look new again. See images and details below.
The ES team repaired the stucco on this house in Jacksonville. We removed all loose stucco and installed new stucco to match existing. We gave time for the stucco to cure and applied a finishing coat of paint. All details listed below. If you are in need of stucco repair or any other exterior building services contact ES Jacksonville for a free estimate.
A home the ES Jacksonville team worked on. We removed old stucco and installed new OSB sheathing and house wrap where the stucco was removed. Next, applied all the necessary coats and applied color finish coat to match the house. Also, pressure washed and painted the entire wall. All details listed below.
The ES Jacksonville team renovated the stucco on this home and pressure washed where needed. First, they removed all loose stucco and then began applying the necessary coats. They completed the coats by applying texture to match the house. Finally, they pressure washed the areas where the stucco was replaced. The details are listed below.
Stucco is a cement plaster made from sand, Portland cement, and water. It can also contain a variety of additives and is used as an exterior wall covering. Once it starts to weather and crack it is important to fix it right away. How serious is a Stucco crack? Well, a little hairline crack may grow into a serious problem. It allows in moisture and that can lead to bigger cracks.
Our team got to renovate a local home in need of stucco repair. Before repairing the stucco, we pressure washed the entire house. Then, we caulked the stucco cracks all around the house, vertically and horizontally. Next, we caulked the bottom of the house on all four sides. Also, caulked cracks on windows, doors, and the columns in front of the house. Finally, we touched up on all the cracks with matching paint.