There are lots of factors that contribute to your home’s curb appeal and one of the most noticeable components is your home’s siding. One of the more unique ways to side your home is with stucco. Here’s a crash course on the benefits & drawbacks of using this product on your home’s exterior.
Fire Resistant: Stucco is recognized for its fire resistance, something that may result in lowered homeowner’s insurance premiums.
Insulation: Stucco is an effective insulator, helping to keep your house cool in the summer and warm in the winter, something that will keep your energy bills in check.
Versatility: You have endless choices when it comes to color and pattern.
Longevity: Stucco is renowned for its permanence and when carefully cared for, it can last for years to come.
Installation: The installation of stucco is a strenuous process and the labor portion of the bill will be significant; this is not something that a weekend warrior should attempt.
Vulnerable to Water Damage: In order to keep stucco in the best possible condition,
it should be kept moisture free. It’s crucial that gutters and downspouts are properly placed in order to ensure that water is diverted away from the home. Windows & doors must be sealed tightly so that water cannot penetrate the stucco.
Lindus Construction is a full service construction and remodeling company boasting LeafGuard Gutters, GAF Asphalt Roofing, SeasonGuard Windows/Siding/Insulation & decking just to name a few. Give us a call at 1-800-873-1451 or check us out at www.lindusconstruction.com to set up a free no-obligation estimate. Tune into 830 WCCO every Saturday from 9a-10am with Denny Long & Andy Lindus for our Home Improvement Show!