- A stucco siding is just what your upscale home aesthetic needs. The gorgeous textures and colors can beautifully tie your entire home look together. But as beautiful a sight as it is, stucco could also costs quite a bit to maintain. If incorrectly or hastily installed, or the product wasn’t of the best quality, stucco can lead to leaks, mold and serious damage to your walls.
Stucco remediation is a simple 4 step process.
Inspection is the first part of the process. It is advisable to have a third party inspection and moisture test done to check if your stucco is in need of remediation. Hynes Roofing & Siding can help you with that! Our experts can help you find the faults in your stucco siding and advice you on the next steps to take.
Recovering damaged stucco pieces is the next step in this process. Once our team identifies the leak or damage in your stucco, they will get to work ripping the damaged stucco off.
Addressing the damage that lies underneath will come next. A stucco leak can cause mold and other structural damage to your walls if left unchecked. With Hynes Roofing & Siding treating the damage underneath your stucco, you can be sure that every damaged inch of your home will be repaired before new stucco or a siding material of your choice is installed.
Re-wrapping your house in stucco is the final step. After we address and repair all the underlying damage, we will proceed to re-wrap your home in stucco or another material of your choice. You can rest assured though that once Hynes Roofing & Siding finishes the installation of your stucco, everything will remain right as rain for a long time.
A good reason to have your stucco inspected and remediated is to get ahead of any damage that may have already started taking root. Water damage and mold can deeply affect your inside walls and deteriorate the structure of your home. The more regular you are with visual inspections and professional inspections of your stucco, the easier it will be for you to spot damage and have remediation before the problem gets out of hand.
As soon as you spot it! It is never wise to put stucco damage on your do-it-later list. A small leak or even mold can quickly start spreading to a larger area and damage your walls. When you see damage, get in touch with Hynes Roofing and Siding at (number) and our experts will take care of your home from inspection to remediation.
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