Stucco Replacement Services in Southeastern Pennsylvania

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Expert Stucco Replacement

Does your home have a stucco exterior? Unfortunately, this popular building material is not made to withstand our Southeastern Pennsylvania climate. At the first sign of damage, start planning a stucco replacement project before the issues get worse. Here at MHX Designs, we’re proud to be the area’s leading home siding contractor, specializing in the stucco remediation process. 

To learn more about our exterior stucco replacement services or to talk to one of our expert remodelers, please call us at 610-947-5112 or contact us online.

Transformations You Have To See To Believe

MHX Designs is the best Stucco Replacement contractor in Southeastern Pennsylvania. But don’t just take our word for it. We pride ourselves on our excellent customer service, high-quality workmanship, and commitment to excellence. Check out these before-and-after pictures.

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Stucco Replacement Services

When your stucco exterior is showing signs of damage, you need to hire an exterior remodeling company that’s well-versed in the issues that come along with stucco and how to remedy them before installing a replacement siding material. 

Our team here at MHX Designs is one of the area’s top siding contractors that specializes in stucco remediation and replacement. This gives you peace of mind that we’ll be able to fix any issues beneath your stucco so your home stays structurally intact. We proudly serve communities in Bucks County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, and Chester County.

Paint

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After getting replacement stucco, you will need paint. Stucco paint is waterproof and breathable. This paint prevents moisture from behind the stucco and seals in minor cracks. The new paint is also sunlight resistant.

After getting replacement stucco, you will need paint.

  • Stucco paint is waterproof and breathable.
  • Prevents moisture from behind the stucco and seals in minor cracks.
  • The new paint is also sunlight resistant.

Caulk

Stucco Remediation in Southeastern Pennsylvania

A lot of stucco cracks occur near windows. Caulking in this space is crucial to keeping stucco in good condition by preventing water intrusion.

  • Many stucco cracks happen around windows. It is imperative to maintain caulking around the windows.
  • A new caulking will help prevent water intrusion and minimize future cracking.

Gutter

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Gutter and roofline water management is also critical. A clearance is needed between the gutter and stucco. A kickout flashing or roofline diverter is must.

  • Gutter and roofline water management is also critical. A clearance is needed between the gutter and stucco.
  • A kickout flashing or roofline diverter is must.
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The Problem With Stucco

So, what is it about stucco that makes it a poor exterior siding material for our area? As a very porous material, it absorbs moisture very easily. When it retains that water for too long, the flashing will start to fail, which can lead to serious structural issues for your home. With all of our annual rain and snowfall in the area, stucco homes simply can’t withstand all that moisture. 

If left alone, eventually you’ll start to notice large areas of your stucco are degrading, allowing future moisture to get beneath the surface, which can affect the framing and foundation of your home. 

When to Consider Replacing Your Stucco

The easiest way to determine if you need to replace your stucco is to take a walk around your home’s exterior and look for visible signs of damage. If you notice any of the following, it’s time to think about replacing your siding: 

  • Chunks of your stucco are missing
  • There are long, thin cracks in the stucco
  • You see areas of rot around exterior outlets and pipes
  • There are bulges beneath your stucco
  • You notice parts of your stucco are stained

These are all serious warning signs that your stucco is failing. If you notice any of these issues, our team would be happy to come out and inspect your exterior. 

The Stucco Replacement Process

If your stucco is indeed beginning to fail, our team can help you navigate the replacement process. We’ll start with remediation, which means we’ll remove the stucco and then assess the damage. From there, we’ll install a Water Resistive Barrier to protect your home against future water damage. 

During the next step, we’ll install a new siding material. Many of our customers opt to install James Hardie fiber cement siding, which is designed to withstand our climate here in Southeastern Pennsylvania. It’s available in a variety of styles, colors, and designs so you can create an exterior that’s as beautiful as it is durable.

Why Choose MHX Designs?

As a James Hardie Elite Preferred Contractor, our team completes annual training from James Hardie and complies with installation best practices to maintain this designation. This makes us uniquely qualified for your stucco remediation and replacement project. Beyond that, we pride ourselves on offering high-quality workmanship, excellent customer service, and affordable rates so you have the best remodeling experience possible. 

Schedule Your Stucco Replacement Today

Don’t wait until your stucco damage gets worse to schedule your replacement. With the help of the MHX Designs team, you can get a brand-new exterior, preventing serious structural damage to your home. 

To learn more, call us at 610-947-5112 or contact us online

Stucco Replacement FAQs

Can I repair my stucco instead of replacing it?

We understand that you might want to save money by repairing your stucco instead of fully replacing it. While this can be a good temporary solution, the fact of the matter is that your stucco will eventually need to be replaced. We recommend replacing it, to begin with, to help you save more money in the long run. 

Which type of replacement siding is right for me?

Only you can make that decision, but we’re here to make it easier for you! Explore the MHX Digital Experience to learn more about our siding replacement options and to get an actual 3D rendering of your home with real measurements to get an idea of what different siding options will look like on your home.

The Problem With Stucco

So, what is it about stucco that makes it a poor exterior siding material for our area? As a very porous material, it absorbs moisture very easily. When it retains that water for too long, the flashing will start to fail, which can lead to serious structural issues for your home. With all of our annual rain and snowfall in the area, stucco homes simply can’t withstand all that moisture. 

If left alone, eventually you’ll start to notice large areas of your stucco are degrading, allowing future moisture to get beneath the surface, which can affect the framing and foundation of your home. 

When to Consider Replacing Your Stucco

The easiest way to determine if you need to replace your stucco is to take a walk around your home’s exterior and look for visible signs of damage. If you notice any of the following, it’s time to think about replacing your siding: 

  • Chunks of your stucco are missing
  • There are long, thin cracks in the stucco
  • You see areas of rot around exterior outlets and pipes
  • There are bulges beneath your stucco
  • You notice parts of your stucco are stained

These are all serious warning signs that your stucco is failing. If you notice any of these issues, our team would be happy to come out and inspect your exterior. 

The Stucco Replacement Process

If your stucco is indeed beginning to fail, our team can help you navigate the replacement process. We’ll start with remediation, which means we’ll remove the stucco and then assess the damage. From there, we’ll install a Water Resistive Barrier to protect your home against future water damage. 

During the next step, we’ll install a new siding material. Many of our customers opt to install James Hardie fiber cement siding, which is designed to withstand our climate here in Southeastern Pennsylvania. It’s available in a variety of styles, colors, and designs so you can create an exterior that’s as beautiful as it is durable.

Why Choose MHX Designs?

As a James Hardie Elite Preferred Contractor, our team completes annual training from James Hardie and complies with installation best practices to maintain this designation. This makes us uniquely qualified for your stucco remediation and replacement project. Beyond that, we pride ourselves on offering high-quality workmanship, excellent customer service, and affordable rates so you have the best remodeling experience possible. 

Schedule Your Stucco Replacement Today

Don’t wait until your stucco damage gets worse to schedule your replacement. With the help of the MHX Designs team, you can get a brand-new exterior, preventing serious structural damage to your home. 

To learn more, call us at 610-947-5112 or contact us online

Stucco Replacement FAQs

Can I repair my stucco instead of replacing it?

We understand that you might want to save money by repairing your stucco instead of fully replacing it. While this can be a good temporary solution, the fact of the matter is that your stucco will eventually need to be replaced. We recommend replacing it, to begin with, to help you save more money in the long run. 

Which type of replacement siding is right for me?

Only you can make that decision, but we’re here to make it easier for you! Explore the MHX Digital Experience to learn more about our siding replacement options and to get an actual 3D rendering of your home with real measurements to get an idea of what different siding options will look like on your home.

James Hardie For Philly

We are proud to be one of the select contractors chosen by James Hardie to offer their special 10-year warranty offer, as part of a partnership that was developed exclusively for Philadelphia and surrounding areas. The warranty covers all labor and James Hardie materials for a decade.

We are proud to be one of the select contractors chosen by James Hardie to offer their special 10-year warranty offer, as part of a partnership that was developed exclusively for Philadelphia and surrounding areas. The warranty covers all labor and James Hardie materials for a decade.

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