Replacing the siding of your home before you sell could be a great way to increase the market value of your home. Stucco or EIFS siding has been a popular choice for a long time. As long as the installation is done correctly, there’s no reason that stucco and EIFS can last for many years.
For Tuscan or Spanish style homes, stucco is a perfect choice, but the attractiveness of stucco siding can also be applied to just about any style of home. Stucco can give your home a rustic feeling, and with the right stucco contractor, it can be an inexpensive, yet attractive siding for your home.
Stucco and EIFS are the perfect siding choices for Colorado climate
When you are selling, you aren’t going to want to spend too much time renovating the home. But, if your siding is failing, it could scare away potential buyers. Fixing up or replacing your existing siding before you put your home on the market can help you sell you home quicker, and possibly for more money. Stucco or EIFS siding is both inexpensive (comparably to other siding materials) and it is also fairly low maintenance, which is also attractive to potential buyers. As long as the stucco or EIFS are installed correctly, stucco will last for years with barely any maintenance required.
Stucco doesn’t need to be repainted, in fact, it doesn’t need to be painted at all. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t get a little creative with your stucco, and a professional stucco installation expert can create beautiful designs with your stucco to give your home a little personality and extra curb appeal.
Front Range and Mountain Community stucco inspections before closing
Last, for a home in Colorado that will see many types of weather in its lifetime, stucco and EIFS can stand up to most types of weather.
If you are a potential buyer of a stucco clad home on the Front Range or Mountain Communities of Colorado, we can work with you and your realtor to inspect the siding to make sure that it has been installed correctly. The owners may tell you they just had the siding replaced, but if it weren’t installed correctly, you could be looking at serious damage down the road, and that’s not what you want when you just move into your new home.
Before you sell or buy, get your stucco inspected for:
- Structural Problems
- Moisture Problems
- Visible Installation Flaws
- Inadequate Water Diversion
- Sealant Failures
- EIFS Problems
We have the necessary resources to provide informative stucco inspections for realtors and real estate agents. We work alongside realtors to ensure that any stucco home is inspected thoroughly, and all criteria are met for the home’s sale.