When you’re looking for restucco and stucco repair near me, think Nurse Stucco! We’ve been serving the restucco and stucco repair 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 construction and stucco repair with over 40 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 stucco siding and your home.
Our repair services include repairing cracks, crumbling, loose, or bulged stucco which may be caused by many things, including
- building settlement
- water penetration into the wall system as a result of poor flashing or caulking
- differential expansion and contraction between the substrate and plaster
- physical damage
- inappropriate mixing, surface preparation or installation
- lath attached without adequate clearance from sheathing
- lath fasteners that are rusted, too short or spaced too far apart
- uneven application or thin spots in the plaster
- stress concentrations at openings
Services We Offer
- Re-coat & Restucco
- Residential Stucco
- Synthetic Stucco Finishes
- Custom Homes
- New Home Construction
- Remove and replace stucco
- Monokote Beams
- Fog Coating
- Exterior Rejuvenation & Repairs
- Architectural Foam
- Fire & Water Damage Repair
- Historical Home Repairs
- Room Additions
- Complete Lath & Plaster
- Commercial Stucco
- Commercial Stucco & Plaster Repair
- Repair on electrical panel replacements
- Block or Frame Wall Plaster
- Residential Plaster Repair
- Water and Sand Blasting
- Stucco Stain Removal
- Stucco Trash Enclosures
- Monokote Fireproofing
At Nurse Stucco, 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.
Uh oh….. you’ve got a period lath and plaster ceiling or wall that needs some ‘love’ hmm? We’ve been working with lath and plaster for more than 35 years in San Diego, and we know plaster! Most people agree that traditional lath and plaster ceilings (and walls), really add charm and enhance the feeling of living in a period house. Eventually though, old lath & plaster is prone to cracking, sagging or even falling down. The good news is that it’s often possible to repair lath & plaster ceilings (and walls) and make them last a good while longer (if you like the look and feel).
Plaster and stucco repairs with color and texture matching are our specialty at Nurse Stucco. Just because you can find home improvement magazine articles and You Tube videos showing you how to do DIY plaster repair doesn’t mean repairing plaster is a fast or an easy job. The quality-oriented professionals at Nurse Stucco are experts at plaster and stucco repair and color and texture matching. We do not apply a one-size-fits-all approach to repairs in stucco and plaster surfaces.
Whatever your plaster repair needs, Nurse Stucco is here to serve you. Call us today at (619) 561-7429 with your repair questions and to request your free stucco or plaster repair quote.
A Stucco Technician For Any Size Job
Residential 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 exact texture to the surrounding areas, and blending the colors to render the repair invisible. Let the experts at Nurse Stucco provide their skill and experience to provide you with the perfect stucco repairs.
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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.
Stucco Room Additions
If you have an older home, the interior walls may have been finished using lath & plaster instead of drywall. Most homes built prior to WWII (1950s) were built with lath and plaster walls, as opposed to the drywall method more commonly used in today’s construction.
While there’s not much call for lath and plaster additions these days with home remodelers choosing the newer building materials to comply with modern building codes, the tradition still lives on at Nurse Stucco. The professional plaster and stucco applicators are artists when it comes to historical building repairs… they know lath and plaster on the inside and stucco on the outside.
Whatever the age of your home, Nurse Stucco provides complete stucco and plaster services – from home makeovers including complete exterior re-stuccoing with new colors and textures, fog coating for permanent color, room additions with exact color and texture matching to your existing structure, architectural foam door and window trim additions, as well as existing stucco and plaster repairs. Please do not hesitate to call us at (619) 561-7429 to discuss your stucco, lath, and plaster needs.
Complete Stucco Renovation Services
Nurse Stucco has been serving the 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 40 years of 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.
Monokote Spray Fireproofing for Industrial and Commercial Projects in Southern California and thoroughout San Diego County
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 many areas, 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 like office buildings, schools, and hospitals where people can become trapped inside if the right precautions haven’t been taken.
Monokote® can form a protective barrier against fire in just about any structure. Because it is applied using a spray technique, it is most commonly used on:
- Steel beams
- Walls and ceilings
- Electrical wiring ducts
- Ventilation systems
- And more
Nurse Stucco is the spray Monokote fireproofing contractor of choice for materials and installation in Southern California and 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 or e-mail 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.