Coastal Exteriors offers a wide variety of stucco contractor services to Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Naples, and surrounding areas.
What is Traditional Stucco
One of the oldest building materials for exterior siding, stucco is a form of masonry made from Portland cement, finely ground limestone, sand, and water that’s been blended together. Once it dries, the stucco is extremely hard and durable.
Stucco offers a durable, seamless, and low-maintenance home exterior option. A popular choice for Southwest Florida homeowners.
Whether you’re looking to add stucco to a new construction project or you’re wanting to repair or replace existing stucco, our company can help.
Whether you are remodeling the exterior of your home and need a professional stucco contractor or would like to refinish your home’s exterior, we can help!
Whether you are buying or selling a home or looking to make sure another stucco company did a professional job, we can provide you with the help you need!
If you’re looking for a stucco contractor company in Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Napes, and surrounding areas, look no further than Coastal Exteriors. We offer a wide range of stucco services to homeowners and business owners in the area, and our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to delivering quality results. Contact us today to learn more about our services!
Servicing neighborhoods and businesses in
- Fort Myers, Florida
- Cape Coral, Florida
- Lehigh Acres, Florida
- Estero, Florida
- Sanibel, Florida
- Fort Myers Beach, Florida
- Napes, Florida
Our stucco experts ensure your stucco is applied perfectly for all types of applications
Stucco installed over CMU block or other types of masonry
- This is the most common and durable method of application
- Requires 5/8” thickness (1/2” brown coat & 1/8” texture)
- The texture is best when applied the same day it is filled
- A bonding agent is recommended for concrete or mortar that is less than 30 days old
Stucco installed over sheathing such as plywood or DensGlass®
Requires two layers of moisture barrier such as synthetic house wrap, felt paper, or liquid application
Requires proper wire lath installation (nail pattern & overlap)
Expansion joints are installed between dissimilar materials such as plywood to concrete
Requires a three-step process for a 7/8” thickness total (3/8” scratch coat, 3/8” brown coat & 1/8” finish texture)
Update Your Existing Stucco Exterior
At Coastal Exteriors, we also work with property owners who wish to update an existing stucco finish. This process starts with a thorough power wash of the paint, installation of new corner bead for crisp, straight corners. Then, we apply a masonry bonding agent, skim 3/8” brown coat, and 1/8” finish texture.
The result is stucco work that truly looks “as good as new stucco”.
Repair Damaged Stucco
for a Durable Finish
Over Masonry Stucco Repair
Repairs over CMU blocks or other masonry surfaces require that we remove all loose stucco, apply a masonry bonding agent, and finally apply stucco and textured feathering around the patch. Our residential stucco repair service gets your stucco looking its best once again.
Over Sheathing Stucco Repair
Repairs over sheathing require we remove all damaged and or rusted wire lath, install a new moisture barrier, properly install wire lath to overlap existing stucco, and then follow up with scratching, browning, and texture.
Traditional Stucco Products We Use
Titan America® Stucco Cement is specially designed for interior and exterior applications of Portland cement-based plasters. This product is known for its ability to inhibit moisture penetration, protecting your investment over time.
Got Questions? We’ve Got Answers!
How long do I wait to paint stucco?
What paint is best for stucco?
Can I update my current texture?
My stucco is cracking, do I need to replace it?
Can water penetrate stucco?
Yes. Stucco itself is not a waterproof material. We have seen water intrusion occur in the smallest hairline cracks, which has severely degraded paint.These can lead to the homeowner requiring Fort Myers stucco repair to get their house back to normal.
What brand stucco is best?
Most stucco available today is on par with others due to strict building standards. Some brands do have modifiers in them to help with adhesion and crack resistance. Our suggestion is to speak with a local Naples stucco professional to see what options are best for you.
Can you replicate lap siding with stucco?
Today, stucco is an extremely versatile product that can be applied over many substrates and made to replicate many popular sidings from lap to board & batten to stone.
Can stucco be applied on horizontal surfaces?
Stucco can be applied on a horizontal surface, but that surface must be pitched. If water stands on stucco for an extended period, it will begin to delaminate.
How long does stucco last?
Stucco has been around for centuries in one way or another. Stucco will last just as long as minimal upkeep and maintenance are performed.
How can I tell if my stucco was installed correctly?
The best way to see if your stucco was appropriately installed is to hire a professional to do an invasive inspection. Then, you’ll learn if there are any flaws or issues that require attention.
Can I install stucco myself?
We do not recommend someone who does not have experience working with masonry to attempt to install stucco. We have seen many errors from adhesion failure to terrible textures. Additionally, a professional installer will get you long-lasting results.
If you have any additional questions, don’t hesitate to contact us.
12553 New Brittany Blvd V03
Ft. Myers, Fl 33907