While you can’t really list the service life of stucco in a specific number of years, properly applied and maintained stucco, is as more durable than other commonly used cladding material. Its hard surface resists abrasion, and stucco can take a lot of physical abuse. It stands up to all sorts of climates, from cold to hot and wet to dry. To give you an idea, stucco has been with us since the early Roman times, and some of those buildings are still around.
Here in the US, many homes built with stucco in the mid to late 1800s and early 1900s have had very little maintenance and remain in good shape today.
At Nurse Stucco we offer a 25 year warranty on our new stucco and restucco work.
Maintain Your Stucco
Stucco is a durable material that can last for centuries, but it does require some maintenance. Over time, the color can fade and the stucco can crack. That’s where Nurse Stucco comes in. We’re experts in stucco repair and complete restucco, and we can match the color and texture of your existing stucco or completely change to new colors and textures.