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  1. Concrete, Stone & Masonry
    Hi DIY Chatroom! I'm a relatively new homeowner and have never worked with stucco before. My nephew was taking the trash can out and he clipped the trim of my house which created a 2in by 2in scrape/dent in the stucco (see picture). The styrofoam under the stucco is now exposed. I'm figuring...
  2. Building & Construction
    Hello and thanks. Had a pinhole leak on an exterior wall and opted to cut through the stucco vs cut through the tile of the bathroom on the other side. Plumber made 3 12x12 cuts to find and isolate the leak. The cuts are clean and after removing stucco, he removed the black paper and cut out...
  3. Drywall & Plaster
    I am planning to paint the exterior of my house. I have a number of fine hairline cracks in the stucco and I have a much wider one as in the photo that runs across near the crawlspace vents in the backyard. Also the paint that was embedded under dirt around the house is chipping when exposed...
  4. Building & Construction
    Can I DIY stucco siding or I just hire a professional stucco contractor?
  5. Concrete, Stone & Masonry
    Hi! My wife and I just purchased an older home and are fixing it up a bit before we move in. Now that the inside is well underway, I've set my eyes on the outside. The house is on an awkward hill position so there are retaining walls on the side and front of the house. The front of the house has...
  6. Concrete, Stone & Masonry
    Can anyone tell me is it standard practice to repair a hole in stucco with epoxy? I am building a new home and the exterior is stucco. The construction crew know a small hole in the side of the house and chipped a corner on the house on the other side. The contruction crew use epoxy to fill...
  7. Project Showcase
    Here's a stucco repair I recently completed while on an exterior repaint project I was doing. Water had got behind that decorative piece and rusted out the wire lathe. Which ultimately caused the stucco to fail in that area.
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