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Vinyl Siding Over Stucco Installation
Lasting Protection While Boosting Curb Appeal
Stucco that is aged or damaged undermines curb appeal and may even present a risk to your underlying structure. If you’re considering repairing or removing it, you should first talk to the team at Victory Home Remodeling about installing siding over stucco. This approach is quick and affordable. It will provide your home with a beautiful and modern aesthetic. Your new siding will stand the test of time while protecting your home, and it will insulate it and thus make it less expensive to heat and cool. Our team has extensive experience installing vinyl siding over stucco, and we’ll ensure that the project is completed the right way the first time around and that your home stands out beautifully.
Victory Home Remodeling offers competitive pricing on siding over stucco and upfront, accurate quotes. We never require any money down, and installation includes a lifetime warranty that covers all labor and materials. Our installers are highly skilled and experienced, and we only use the best materials available, such as vinyl siding from CertainTeed. We have earned thousands of satisfied customers throughout New Jersey and welcome the opportunity to make you the next one. Call us today or contact us online to learn more about our services and to schedule a free on-site consultation.
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How We Install Vinyl Siding Over Stucco
When installing vinyl siding, you can’t just attach vinyl siding directly to the old stucco, as this would cause major problems. When installing vinyl siding, you need to keep the nails out a little bit. Instead of fastening 2×3” furring strips onto the stone stucco with concrete anchors, we wrap the entire house in 3/4” plywood. By doing this there are no voids between the furring strips that could allow for poor insulation and insect infestation down the road. Having the plywood everywhere allows us to drive nails more often, which adds to longevity and reduces buckling and waviness. Unlike cheap vinyl siding, CertainTeed’s vinyl siding is top-of-the-market quality and can withstand powerful UV rays without thinning and cracking. Call us today at 1-908-290-5585 to learn more about how we install vinyl siding over stucco.
Advantages of Adding Vinyl Siding Over Stucco
Removing old stucco is an intensive and expensive process. Siding over stucco, on the other hand, is much less complicated and expensive. It lets you completely change the aesthetic of your home, and vinyl siding is available in a wide range of colors and styles. New siding will also weatherproof your home and insulate it, and this is an option even if your stucco is cracked or water damaged.
One of the many reasons vinyl siding is so popular is that the material is resistant to sunlight, rain, wind, and all of the other elements that barrage your home. Vinyl prevents moisture and pest penetration. It is not prone to mold or mildew, and it will not fade or crack for many decades to come.
Enhanced Curb Appeal
Stucco should be cleaned annually and repainted every five years or so in order to remain looking beautiful. We do recommend pressure washing vinyl siding once a year, but it never has to be repainted. Vinyl siding also offers many design choices due to all the types, styles, and colors available.
Stucco Walls Crack
Even well-maintained stucco walls crack over time, and repairing those cracks is an ongoing concern throughout the life of the stucco. Even hairline fractures, which are not serious from a water intrusion perspective, completely undermine the look. When you invest in vinyl, that problem goes away.
Water Damage on Stucco
Another issue with stucco is that it is permeable, which makes it prone to water damage. While stucco is durable, it has to be constantly maintained. If water damage is not corrected, it will worsen over time. That damage will undermine the stucco and eventually lead to more serious water damage. When you put vinyl siding over stucco, you create a seal that prevents any further water damage to your home.
Types of Vinyl Siding We Install
Victory Home Remodeling installs vinyl siding by CertainTeed. Vinyl is a type of hard plastic that has become very popular in New Jersey due to how cost-effective, energy-efficient and beautiful it is. There are many styles available, including Dutch lap, board and batten, beaded, and clapboard.
Clapboard Vinyl Siding
Clapboard has been a popular choice for homes in the U.S. since colonial times. These horizontal panels are thinner at the top and wider at the bottom, which allows them to overlap. Vinyl clapboard is a popular choice because it gives a home a traditional look that will never go out of style.
Beaded Seam Vinyl Siding
Beaded seam vinyl are horizontal panels with a bead or groove that runs along the bottom. The goal of this style is to mimic natural wood or fiber cement siding that has been freshly painted. This aesthetic strikes a nice balance between modern and traditional and is a great choice for upscale homes.
Dutch Lap Vinyl Siding
Dutch lap vinyl siding is a particular type of clapboard siding and likely the most popular style in the U.S. The main difference from a design perspective is that Dutch lap has a concave face. That provides the siding a deeper shadow and a more complex aesthetic overall.
Board and batten involves vertical panels. This style has traditionally been used to achieve a rustic look, and while that remains a popular option, board and batten is available in many flavors, including those that can give a home a modern look. Mixing and matching with other siding types is also an option.
Install Vinyl Siding Over Stucco With Help From The Pros
You don’t have to be stuck with old and unattractive stucco siding. Victory Home Remodeling can prep your home and then install new vinyl siding over the stucco, which will seal it while giving your home a gorgeous finish. Our siding over stucco process will give you peace of mind, and it will take less time and cost less money than all of the other remediation options available to you.
Trust Victory for Your New Vinyl Siding Over Stucco Installation
Victory Home Remodeling is an established and trusted name when it comes to siding over stucco. We pride ourselves on impeccable craftsmanship, getting it done right the first time around, and delivering each and every customer the five-star service they deserve. Call us today at 1-908-290-5585 or contact us online if you have additional questions or are ready to schedule an on-site consultation.