Three Types of Stucco Inspections

When it comes to the exterior of your home, particularly your stucco system, you always want to hire a professional

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stucco specialist to inspect your system. If you need an inspection because you are buying or selling, or just feel that it is time to check the status of your home, call Swift Inspections. We’ve been inspecting stucco, EIFS and stone throughout Colorado for over 30 years. We know what we are doing, and how to do it safely and effectively.

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There are three types of inspections that we can perform on your stucco. Some are more invasive than others.

  • Visual Stucco Inspection – great for realtors who just want to be aware of potential problems with the homeColorado stucco inspection specialist

    before selling. This is a basic overview where we can point out areas of concern. If there are obvious signs of damage, your Swift stucco specialist will most likely recommend a more thorough inspection.

  • Interior Moisture Mapping – If there are signs of damage to your stucco system and you are pretty sure that water is coming in and causing mold, you’ll want to have a moisture meter reading done using infrared thermography to determine if there are more serious problems that need to be fixed. We are checking the interior of your stucco and around windows and doors, but we are using technology to avoid breaking into your stucco system. If moisture is detected, then it’s time for the…
  • Exterior Stucco Inspection – This is the most comprehensive stucco inspection and is the absolute best way to find out just how badly your stucco is damaged. This is when we determine if your stucco system is failing and how to repair it. Failure of stucco, EIFS and stone siding systems are likely the fault of improper installation.

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Any homeowner should know the state of their exterior and foundation, especially if you are buying or selling your home. A visual inspection is a great place to start if you are unfamiliar with stucco systems. Swift can tell you how your system works and point out areas of concern. We will try to be as non-evasive as possible, unless we detect moisture. Once moisture has entered your home, you need to act quick. We can determine where the fault is, be it the installation, kick out flashing systems or damage due to weather or old age, and make recommendations for how to repair it. We’re the best in the industry. Don’t wait for obvious signs of failure of your siding system. Call Swift today and schedule an inspection, and get ahead of the problem. Failing stucco systems can lead to severe structural damage. The longer you wait, the more costly it will be to repair.