Stucco Painting and Minor Repair Services

CertaPro Painters of Lake Apopka

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Let CertaPro Painters® of Lake Apopka, FL Help you with your Home Stucco Projects

If you notice brown streaks near your windows, small-to-medium stucco cracks, or white chalking, then you should consider contacting CertaPro Painters® of Lake Apopka, FL to repair and replace any of your home’s damaged stucco.

Our exterior painting professionals are very knowledgeable and will work alongside you to determine what services your home needs.

Our painting services for stucco include:

  • Repairing cracks
  • Replacing any damaged stucco
  • Painting and applying an elastomeric / waterproof sealant coating that will help prevent cracking from occurring in the future

CertaPro Painter’s painting contractors start the stucco painting process by preparing the exterior surface of your home. After repairs have been made, we’ll gently clean the stucco with a pressure washer to remove any excess debris. We thoroughly prep the area before beginning any of the exterior painting. In fact, most of our time is spent in preparing the stucco for the paint.

Our Stucco Painting Process

Once the stucco surface completely dries, we begin the coating process.

  • We will apply a paint primer to seal the stucco surface
  • A coat of paint is applied, followed by additional coats of elastomeric paint; which is waterproof and contracts and expands to ensure years of enjoyment
  • This specialized paint coating can also be tinted to almost any color so you aren’t limited to color choices when decorating the exterior of your home.

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See some of our stucco work below. Click on each for a larger view.

Exterior house painting

Exterior house painting

Exterior house painting

Exterior house painting

Exterior Painting

Exterior Painting

House Painting in Windermere

House Painting in Windermere

Exterior house painting Windermere

Exterior house painting Windermere

Exterior house painting

Exterior house painting

Contact CertaPro Painters® for a Stucco Painting Estimate

Why wait until your stucco damage gets worse? Contact CertaPro Painters® today. Because each stucco project is unique, we will send a CertaPro Painters® expert to make an on-site evaluation and give you a fair and accurate quote for stucco repair cost or a stucco painting estimate. You can schedule an estimate online or by phone.


Common Questions About Stucco Painting Projects

How often should you paint a stucco house?

Stucco should be painted every five to ten years, depending on the environmental factors the stucco has been exposed to. It’s important to paint and upkeep exterior stucco surfaces to prevent cracks and other damage from forming over time. See our guide on how often to paint stucco for more information.

What prep work is done before applying stucco paint?

The stucco surfaces should be cleaned and free of dust and dirt, this can be done with a brush or with power washing equipment. Once clean, cracks and imperfections are patched with caulking or stucco repair products. After surface prep is complete, trim lines are taped off and the area is ready to be painted.

Can CertaPro Painters® repair cracked or damaged stucco?

Yes, for most types of minor stucco damage, we can repair the stucco as part of a painting project. In some cases of severe damage, a stucco specialist may be needed.

What are the trending exterior paint colors for stucco homes?

Traditionally stucco is painted in natural colors like white, gray, beige, or tan. In some areas, blue is also popular for stucco exteriors.

What kind of paint is best for stucco exteriors?

Acrylic latex products are best for stucco painting projects. There are options when it comes to product selection, so be sure to ask for recommendations during your initial estimate appointment with your local independently owned and operated CertaPro Painters® franchised business.

Our Stucco Painting Resources

Learn more about stucco repair, painting and colors from our resources below.