Stucco remediation is a great option for homes, large or small.
You might be surprised to learn that Southeastern Pennsylvania is the country’s number one region for stucco failure! After severe weather or years of wear and tear, your stucco siding can show signs of visible damage. Cracks, discoloring and missing siding can ruin your home's curb appeal and even lower its value.
Hynes Roofing & Siding specializes in stucco remediation and replacement. Our specialists can inspect your home and recommend the best solution for your needs and budget.
To schedule a free estimate for stucco remediation or replacement, call us at 1-855-229-4336 or click below! We serve Ardmore, Wayne, Havertown and the surrounding areas.
Stucco is a durable material that has been used in construction for centuries. Homes and businesses alike opt for stucco due to its fire resistance, excellent insulation, and aesthetic appeal; however, when improperly installed, it is susceptible to water infiltration and subsequent rot and mold beneath the surface.
There are a few ways you can determine if your home is in need of stucco remediation. Black streaks on the walls, particularly at window corners, are tell-tale signs that water damage lurks below the surface. If you notice any cracking or gaps between the window frames and the walls, this is another indication that it’s time to get your stucco inspected and restored. It may even be necessary to replace the stucco with siding, depending on the extent of damage.
If your stucco is exhibiting some or all of these warning signs, we encourage you to get in touch with the experts at Hynes Roofing & Siding. Our team of stucco specialists will inspect for mold or rot beneath the stucco; if the damage is severe, we will restore your stucco or provide siding replacement with either a new stucco system or an alternative such as stoneface or James Hardie plank.
Contact us today to schedule your free stucco remediation estimate. We offer complete siding installation and replacement services in Upper Darby, Bryn Mawr, Newtown Square, Philadelphia, Bensalem, Levittown, Abington and the surrounding areas.