Stucco projects are not as easy as one may think. Stucco installation needs to be done the right way or problems can arise in the future. For example, If the stucco installation is made carelessly it can leave gaps between the stucco and the wall, creating moisture and, if left uncorrected, wood rot can eventually set in. As you prepare for your own stucco installation there are some key things to keep in mind.
First, there are several stucco companies you can choose so you need to take the time to get recommendations and read reviews. Do all the research possible before choosing the stucco company to take on your stucco installation. Call the stucco company and ask questions about stucco. Ask about jobs the company did in your area so you can go by and take a look. Don’t be afraid to ask the tough questions before deciding which stucco company gets your job.
Second. Make sure the stucco contractors you hire are both licensed and insured. There are always a few less than professional companies that employ workers who do not have a current license or do not carry liability insurance. You will want to avoid these. At Stucco Wilmette we ONLY hire licensed and insured contractors to do our stucco projects.
Finally, once you have settled on a stucco company, make sure they give you a legally binding contract that spells out their guarantees and the costs you will incur. As with any type of construction project, you will be able to find a number of companies that want you to set up an “under the table” arrangement.
In Illinois, the number one stucco company is Stucco Wilmette, Call us today for your free estimate.