At Nurse Stucco we offer a variety of Stucco solutions for Residential homes and apartments to Commercial Businesses throughout San Diego county. Our experience will help you save time and money and will bring added value to any of your Stucco projects.
Services we offer include:
Re-coat & Restucco
Historical Home Repairs
Synthetic Stucco Finishes
Complete Lath & Plaster
New Home Construction
Commercial Stucco & Plaster Repair
Remove and replace stucco
Stucco Repair on electrical panel replacements
Residential Stucco & Plaster Repair
Block or Frame Wall Plaster
Exterior Rejuvenation & Repairs
Water and Sand Blasting
Stucco Stain Removal
Stucco Home Makeovers
Fire & Water Damage Stucco Repair
Stucco Trash Enclosures
Stucco Room Additions
While Nurse Stucco partners with developers on new home and commercial projects, homeowners looking to add value to their new or existing home are our primary customers. Whether you are considering a remodel, retrofit or applying stucco to your new home, Nurse Stucco is your best solution.
Residential or home stucco repair and stucco patching are part science and part art…and both art and science are practiced daily by the highly skilled craftsmen at Nurse Stucco. In addition to the technical aspects of mixing the stucco components correctly, and applying the stucco to the area to be repaired or patched, the artistry comes into play with matching the texture of the repair to the surrounding area and blending the color to render the repair invisible. Let the experts at Nurse Stucco provide their skill and experience to provide you with the best stucco repairs.
Befor Stucco Repair
After Stucco Repair
Just because you can find home improvement magazine articles and YouTube videos showing you how to do DIY stucco repair doesn’t mean repairing stucco is a fast or an easy job. Repairing stucco is tricky because of its layered construction. Minor crack repair may be repaired at the surface with acrylic fillers as a DIY project, but most stucco repairs involve getting down to the substrate and repairing outward to the surface to make sure that the repaired surface will prevent unwanted water intrusion.
Nurse Stucco, Inc. has been serving the stucco and re-stucco needs of the San Diego residential community from the first day we opened our doors for business. We are experts in all phases of residential stucco & re-stucco construction with over 35 years experience. We pride ourselves in taking the time to provide you with all the information needed in order to make the best decisions about stuccoing your home. It is important to us here at Nurse Stucco, Inc. to provide 100% satisfaction for our customers.
We have a tested and proven track record of sustained superior performance, and Nurse Stucco is consistently rated A+ by the BBB. If you’re considering stuccoing or re-stuccoing the exterior of your home, please do not hesitate to contact us at (619) 561-7429 with your questions, and be sure to ask us for a free and no obligation quote for your stucco project. We believe you’ll choose Nurse Stucco for all of your residential stucco needs.
Nurse Stucco, Inc. has been serving the stucco and re-stucco needs of the San Diego residential community from the first day we opened our doors for business. We are experts in all phases of residential stucco & re-stucco construction with over 35 years experience. We pride ourselves in taking the time to provide you with all the information needed in order to make the best decisions about stuccoing your home. It is important to us here at Nurse Stucco, Inc. to provide 100% satisfaction for our customers. We have a tested and proven track record of sustained superior performance, and Nurse Stucco is consistently rated A+ by the BBB.
If you’re considering stuccoing the exterior of your home, please do not hesitate to contact us at (619) 561-7429 with your questions, and be sure to ask us for a free and no obligation quote for your stucco project. We believe you’ll choose Nurse Stucco for all of your residential stucco needs.
General contractors of commercial construction projects know there is a huge difference between residential and commercial grade stucco contractors. The difference is experience, planning, resources, staffing, production, testing and certainly expectations. When building walls hundreds of feet long and high, it is imperative to construct straight courses, consistent grout lines and perfectly flat walls. Structural walls must be built exactly to plan utilizing bond beams, reinforced steel and concrete that meets architectural specifications. Commercial stucco contractors must posses the field experience to quickly create solutions to unforeseen field variances that the general contractor, architect and building owner are comfortable with, and that don’t delay production. We encourage you to forward your set of plans to Nurse Stucco Inc. for a quick proposal that will help make your project a success.
Nurse Stucco, Inc. has been serving San Diego’s commercial and residential building contractors with quality new stucco installation of both traditional stucco and synthetic stucco (EIFS) since we first began, and are San Diego stucco specialists. We pride ourselves in our flexibility and the reliability that we provide to our contractors, and our proven track record speaks for itself.
General contractors, commercial property managers and homeowners associations choose Nurse Stucco Inc. for their commercial re-stucco and repair needs because of the quality of their work, their reliability to get the job done, and their integrity. Nurse Stucco Inc. has been serving the commercial community for over three decades. Call us at (619) 561-7429 and let us show you why Nurse Stucco Inc. is your best choice for your next stucco project.
Nurse Stucco Inc. in San Diego offers the highest quality, most cost-effective stucco and cement-coated foam trim and moldings for residential and commercial structures. These architectural accents are specially crafted to beautify the exterior of your home while rendering maximum durability.
Stucco foam trim and moldings bring out the personality on the architectural design of any home. Stucco trim and moldings can be used on the exterior of your house, and will improve the look of your property. If you wish to add a bit of luxury to the exterior of your house, take advantage of stucco foam products offered by Nurse Stucco.
Architectural stucco products have both functional and decorative purposes. Though the main reason for installing stucco exterior products is to add grace and style to the exterior of the house, the second reason for adding the stucco foam products, is to hide the drawbacks and joints of the walls. Modernize the look of your house and add practical and beautifully designed stucco foam trim and moldings.
Why Nurse Stucco Inc. Architectural Foam Stucco Trim and moldings?
Nurse Stucco Inc. offers custom decorative and flat trims, arches, sills, columns, shutters, and more.
Custom stucco foam trim and moldings transform a present structure into something unique and absolutely appealing by giving ‘that perfect touch’ and ‘adding to the texture’.
Custom stucco foam trim and moldings are the most affordable architectural accents, without the weight of alternative construction elements.
Custom stucco foam trim and moldings require very little additional preparation work and are easy to add to your stucco project. Whether you are a homeowner, remodeler, or commercial builder, Nurse Stucco’s stucco and cement coated foam moldings provide the answer to transforming you stucco or re-stucco project for maximum curb appeal.
Homeowners and remodeling and building contractors in San Diego choose Nurse Stucco custom trim and molding products because Nurse Stucco custom foam products add architectural class, style and a more finished look to stucco homes and structures.
Monokote® MK6 is a low cost, gypsum-based, cementitious spray-applied fireproofing designed for an easy, fast application to steel and concrete substrates.
Proven, in-place performance on interior structural steel makes Monokote® MK6 the most widely used fireproofing in the world. Monokote affords greater flexibility for both large and small fire-proofing projects. At Nurse Stucco, we offer complete commercial fireproofing applications, as well as patching and repair services for existing buildings.
Monokote® is a popular fireproofing material used in office buildings, schools, hospitals, warehouses, and other large buildings that are constructed out of concrete and steel. Resembling wet cement, Monokote® fireproofing spray is applied throughout a building’s interior in order to help prevent structural failure during a high-temperature blaze.
In San Diego, building codes require the use of “passive” fire-protection materials like Monokote® in certain structures. Not only will this help prevent a building from collapsing, but it will give the occupants of a building more time to escape in the event of a fire. This latter benefit is especially important in high-occupancy structures where people can become trapped inside if the right precautions haven’t been taken.
Monokote® MK-6 high density cementitious fireproofing has been developed by Grace Construction Products to meet specialty and industrial fireproofing requirements requiring greater resistance to harsh environmental. Monokote® MK-6 is a Portland cement-based, factory-mixed material requiring only the addition of water on the job for applications. It is spray applied, providing up to 4 hours of fire resistance. Its physical characteristics are excellent for areas exposed to environmental or climatic conditions. Monokote® may be used in areas where high durability and corrosion resistance is required such as substrates subjected to exterior exposure.
Nurse Stucco should be the spray Monokote® fireproofing contractor of choice for materials and installation in San Diego County. We are a family owned and operated C-35 contractor company that has built a reputation for continually surpassing the expectations of our customers. When it comes to protecting your building from a disastrous fire, Nurse Stucco has you covered.
Call us at (619) 561-7429 or Contact Us today for more information about Monokote® fireproofing materials or to request a bid on your project. Fireproofing your building today can potentially save you thousands or even millions of dollars in repair costs in the aftermath of a fire. More importantly, it may even save lives.
Fix Cracked, Flaking, Crumbling Stucco
Over time, cracks or crumbling areas in your stucco may appear due to weather, water intrusion or buildings slightly settling on their foundations. Flaking and crumbling at the bottom of the wall is normally caused from moisture being drawn from the surrounding soil. This is usually caused by the stucco coming in contact with soil and extended exposure to moisture which allows the salts and minerals contained in soil and cement based products to migrate to the surface. The most common causes are water from sprinklers continually soaking the wall or improper site drainage (water draining toward the wall). This can eventually deteriorate the stucco and cause delamination, flaking and crumbling.
Stucco Repair Options
Most needed San Diego home stucco repairs are caused by deterioration as a result of water infiltration into the building structure, either through the roof, around chimneys, window and door openings, or excessive ground water or moisture penetrating through, or splashing up from the foundation. Left unrepaired, water infiltration will cause wood lath to rot, and metal lath and nails to rust, which eventually will cause stucco to lose its bond and pull away from its substrate. Additional considerations are if left unrepaired, the potential for the formation of mold and mildew within the wall and the eventual migration into the living/working areas of the structure.
Once the extent of damage has been determined, a number of repair options may be considered. Small hairline cracks in stucco usually are not serious and may be sealed with a thin slurry coat consisting of the finish coat ingredients. From a professional stucco repair standpoint, DIY commercially available caulking compounds usually are not suitable long-term solutions for patching hairline cracks. Because their consistency and texture is unlike that of stucco, they tend to weather differently, and attract more dirt; as a result, DIY repairs made with caulking compounds may be highly visible, and unsightly. Larger cracks usually will have to be cut out in preparation for more extensive repair. Most stucco repairs of this type require the skill and expertise of professionals such as the stucco repair experts at Nurse Stucco.
Nurse Stucco offers complete stucco repair, recoat and restucco services – from extreme exterior makeovers including complete recoating or restuccoing with new colors and textures, fog coating stucco for permanent color, new construction structures or expansions with exact color and texture matching to the existing structure, to architectural foam door and window trim upgrades. We also provide professional plaster and stucco repair services to fix cracks and damaged stucco.
If you don’t see your community listed here, and you’re anywhere in San Diego County, give us a call at (619) 561-7429 or use our Contact Form to request a free estimate. We cover all of San Diego County!