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Signs Your Stucco Siding Needs To Be Repaired

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Siding will give you signs that it is failing and is need of repair. But when you look online for signs that your siding may need to be repaired or replaced, most of the signs are related to wood, vinyl or plank-style types of siding. If you have stucco siding, you may wonder what the signs are that your type of siding needs to be repaired. Here are a few of the top signs of stucco that needs to be repaired. 

There Are Signs of Water Damage

One of the tell-tale signs that your stucco siding needs to be repaired is that there are signs of water damage. When stucco is damaged, water can seep into the stucco. As such, you may see water bubbles on the exterior of your house. If the water continues to seep through the stucco, you may see water damage on the walls that make up both the interior and exterior walls. Lastly, you may also smell mildew or moisture if stucco is allowing water to seep in through the walls. 

The Stucco is Cracking or Chipping

Another sign that your stucco needs to be repaired is stucco siding that is beginning to crack or chip away. Stucco can begin to crack for a number of reasons. The stucco itself may have settled after it cured, the ground around your home may have shifted (causing the crack to emerge) or the stucco may just be cracking as a result of age. If your stucco begins to crack, that crack will only grow with time. Outdoor elements, such as temperature shifts and water, can cause the crack to grow. When this happens, it's important to get it repaired as soon as possible. The smaller the crack is, the easier and cheaper it will be to repair.

The Stucco is Stained

The last sign that your stucco siding needs to be repaired is that the stucco is stained. Most people assume that stains on their stucco is a cosmetic issue. However, the staining may actually be a sign of rust, mildew or other items that can actually weaken or deteriorate the stucco. As such, if you notice stains on your stucco that are not removed by cleaning your siding, you should have it examined to determine if it is a cosmetic stain or a stain that can harm your siding. 

If your stucco siding is displaying any of these signs, contact siding services today. They can evaluate your siding and determine whether a repair can be done or whether your siding needs to be replaced. 


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