Stucco Remediation & Removal Services
Replace Your Old or Damaged Stucco with Vinyl Siding from Emmons
The primary purpose of siding is to protect your home. In recent years, poorly installed stucco has forced many homeowners in the area to require stucco remediation and removal services. Most homeowners don’t expect to have to replace their siding as they would a roof because it should last much longer. If your stucco is damaged, falling apart, or allowing water to infiltrate your home, you need to have it removed right away before serious structural problems occur.
Emmons Roofing & Siding is able to remove your current stucco siding and replace it with high-quality, durable vinyl siding. You’ll be able to give your home a facelift while ensuring it stays protected from the elements for decades to come. Our stucco remediation pros will have your home looking good again in no time. We’re licensed and insured in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Protect Your Home
While stucco provides a nice, consistent look for your home and is far more affordable than brick, it also has several disadvantages. It can settle, crack, and be pervious to water. The last thing you want in the structure of your home is moisture. When you remove the stucco and replace it with a more reliable form of siding such as vinyl, you not only will have nearly endless customization options, but you will have the peace of mind that your home is protected.
Why Choose Emmons for Your Stucco Remediation?
Emmons Roofing & Siding has proudly served the Delaware Valley for over 30 years. We are a family-owned-and-operated, fully insured, and licensed to perform stucco remediation and install siding in South Jersey, at the Jersey shore, and in Southeastern Pennsylvania. We provide reliable workmanship and offer high-quality products at competitive prices. All of our stucco remediation and siding installation services are backed by a satisfaction guarantee and industry-leading warranties.
The team at Emmons Roofing & Siding cares about the community and we value the opportunity to serve residents throughout the area. Our home improvement company has been built on a commitment to total satisfaction. The dedicated siding contractors at Emmons will work with you to get the job done right the first time.
When Do I Need Stucco Remediation?
There are several reasons homeowners in New Jersey and Southeastern Pennsylvania need stucco remediation or removal services. Because stucco is typically applied in layers, there are many potential issues that can arise if it was not properly installed.
Over time, stucco can lose its structural integrity and even worse, allow water to infiltrate your home. This moisture is often the root cause of stucco issues. When stucco is damaged it can not only be unsightly, but it can also cause potentially disastrous underlying issues in your home.
Common Reasons to Replace Your Stucco:
- Mold Abatement
- Interior Leaking
- Gaps Around Windows/Doors
- Want Newer Style
- Selling Your Home
Whether you need to remove the stucco from your home because of an issue or you simply want to upgrade your property’s curb appeal, Emmons provides expert siding replacement services. We offer vinyl siding options that are sure to enhance and protect any home, no matter the age or style.
Vinyl siding is primarily engineered from polyvinyl chloride resin. Since its inception in the 1950s, it has become one of the most popular options for residential siding. Vinyl siding is a cost-effective solution that requires minimal maintenance. It comes in a variety of colors, textures, and profiles that can give it the appearance of wood. Vinyl siding also comes in vertical and horizontal panels to create a unique look for every home. Our siding contractors are certified by the Vinyl Siding Institute, so you can rest assured that we will perform a quality installation that will last.
The Stucco Remediation Process
The team of home improvement experts at Emmons Roofing & Siding has been offering stucco remediation services throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania since 1988. We’ll be there for you through every step of the process to ensure your home remains protected from the elements. If you have any questions about your stucco remediation service, don’t hesitate to reach out today. Learn more about the steps of our stucco remediation process, but keep in mind every project is different because every home is different. We offer tailored solutions for your specific property.
- Remove All Stucco
All of the stucco must be removed. Any underlying wires, adhesives, and nails are also removed. The underlayment must be free and clear of any leftover materials.
- Remove Damaged Wood
If any underlying wood or sheathing is damaged it must be removed and replaced. The last thing you want is to install new siding over a potentially compromised area.
- Structural Repairs & Mold Removal
The entire area will be inspected for any mold or structural damage. Our team will make sure all structural issues are addressed and any areas containing mold are remediated.
- Remove Windows and Doors
Because stucco almost always is installed right up to your doors and windows, they should be removed to ensure there is proper flashing all the way around to prevent future leaks.
- Install a Vapor Guard
We then install flashing tape on all windows, doors, pipes, hose bibs, step flashing, and any other wall penetration. The house is also wrapped in an underlying weather-resistant barrier.
- Install New Vinyl Siding
The final step is to install brand new vinyl siding. Emmons provides a full material and workmanship warranty on all siding installations and our work will meet or exceed the manufacturers’ warranties.
Trust Emmons for Quality Stucco Remediation and Siding Replacement Services
If you’re selling your home or planning to stay for the long-haul, don’t let your faulty or otherwise unsightly stucco siding cause any more hardship. Contact the home siding experts at Emmons today for a free estimate on our stucco remediation and removal services. We will inspect your home’s exterior, identify any problem areas, and recommend a course of action to restore your home’s curb appeal.