Longer than you or I. Great Grandpa Donnelly always said it should last the life of the building. I’ve found his words true if a house remains structurally sound. Stucco continues its hardening process with age. In fact, on some patch jobs, I’ve seen stucco holding the house together even though the framing has degraded. Think about this: stucco jobs more than 5,000 years old can still be seen today in the pyramids of Egypt! So why do people re-stucco? People re-stucco to freshen up or change the color or texture.
“I would like to extend my sincere appreciation and gratitude to all the Think Stucco employees for the wonderful stucco job on my home. The professionalism and personal care taken with each step was outstanding.I was truly amazed at the care that was taken to protect my property, especially my gardens. Everyone who worked on my home was kind, courteous, respectful. My questions were patiently answered, I received help in selection of color and texture and my calls were promptly returned - a pleasure doing business with Think Stucco!”