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Stucco

Painting your stucco siding is the solution to erasing years of wear and tear

Stucco siding is typically found on many upscale homes. Painting your stucco siding is the easy solution to erasing the damage left after the harsh winter season. Temperature fluctuations can cause your stucco siding to expand and contract, resulting in visible hairline cracks. Along with dirt and debris that become encrusted in pores, your home can end up looking tired and worn-out.

Using our flexible, elastomeric coating that is fifteen times thicker than regular latex paint, our crew can paint and renew your stucco siding while bridging hairline cracks and imperfections to revive the over-all allure of your home. As it rejuvenates or completely transforms the colour of your stucco, our coating wraps your home in a water-repellent seal that effectively locks out moisture to prevent future cracking. Once dry, the coating creates a barrier that blocks out stains, mold and mildew to keep your stucco and your home looking fresh all year long.

How to paint stucco siding the Spray-Net way

  • Before painting your stucco siding, we perform a light pressure wash using our water-based paint prep solution to remove encrusted dirt, debris, mold and mildew from the surface.
  • Using an elastomeric caulking filler, we seal all hairlines cracks that are too large to be bridged by the stucco coating itself, making sure to hide the repair by replicating the unique pattern of your stucco.
  • We mask and protect all the necessary surrounding surfaces such as the roof, windows, back and side doors, patio and patio furniture.
  • We spray paint your stucco siding with our flexible, elastomeric coating and when dry, remove all masking. Where necessary, we finish the look by applying new colour-matching caulking.
  • We do a final clean-up and make sure your property is as clean as it was when our team first arrived!
How to Paint and Renew Stucco
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Pressure Wash
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Repair Cracks
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Mask & Protect
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Paint Application
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Remove Masking
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Final Clean-up