Frequently Asked Questions about Stucco and Stone!

Yes, we also do installations for Thin Cultured Veneer Stones

No, we take on both residential and commercial projects.

Yes, we can! Because stucco materials need to be cured for some time and at a certain temperature, we take protective measures to make sure we do not sacrifice the quality. This includes tarping the area where we would install stucco completely and the use of industrial heaters.

There are many factors involved in pricing a project. Unless it’s a small repair job, it’s very difficult to give a ballpark figure on how much it would cost without seeing the property, so it’s best to call us to set up an appointment. We will come to your property, take measurements and provide you with a free estimate!

The first step is out of the way since you’re already here! You can call or email us to set up an appointment. If you have the drawings of your project, you can also email them to get an estimate.

Yes, all our estimates are free of charge.

Our company is fully insured and certified. Along with our Safety training, we have WSIB and 2-million-dollar general liability insurance.

We do! No job is too small and we care about all of our clients who seek our services.

Yes, we do offer 3-year workmanship warranty!

The minimum thickness of foam insulation allowed is 2 inches.

EIFS is a relatively low maintenance cladding system. Having said that; if you’d like to preserve its looks and durability, it is best advised to regularly check for any cracks and/or damages on it. If you discover any, it’s important to have it repaired/patched as soon as possible. Failure to take action at early stages might lead to more costly repairs it in the future. It’s also very important to inspect the caulking around windows every few years.

Yes, you can! If you simply want to freshen it up, you can paint it with most acrylic paints.

According to CMHC (Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation); properly manufactured and installed stucco will last a minimum of 30 years.

EIFS is much more energy-efficient in comparison to stone, brick or siding applications. It drastically adds to the total R-value of your property. EIFS cladding is also very flexible, which makes it highly resistant to cracking. Contractors skilled at EIFS can customize your property with endless design options. You can also pick any colour you like!

EIFS consists of an optional water/moisture barrier that covers the substrate, rigid foam insulation boards, cement base coat, reinforcing mesh and textured stucco finish.

EIFS, also commonly known as synthetic stucco, is a non load-bearing and multi-layered cladding system which provides an insulated and water-resistant surface.

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