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team were professional and thorough. They dealt with working in a particularly awkward space well, saving us money on hiring scaffolding." The ceiling and walls look great, as if they were always that way.
even added extra molding around the window at no extra charge. We are very happy with the results,

-Alicia P.

"They did a reasonable job at painting the outside of the house for a decent price. And they were fair about working out a comprimise with me when there was additional" work to be done that wasn't anticipated. For example: there's a flower box attached to the outside and, after taking it off to paint it, he discovered that it needed to be fixed to put it back. So we quickly reached a deal on the additional cost. However, there were two big negatives which are why I won't go with them. First, and a little strangley, he or somebody from his crew spilled a bunch of paint on the bushes and the ground underneath them in the front yard. When I asked him about it he gave no explanation. Second, I asked if they could repair and paint some cracks in the walls and ceilings on the inside of the house. They did a mediocre job at that, just slapping on some plaster but not doing a complete repair job.


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Considering stucco? Make the exterior of your home stand out with this centuries-old siding technique by hiring the right contractor. Have some fun with stucco colors and textures or choose a similar-looking alternative, called EIFS.

When you repair stucco, you'll often have to paint the affected side of the house. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Cory B. of Long Beach, California)
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My sister-in-law uses brite white toothpaste and rubs it into those small holes. No prep, no sanding.

I've used wall liner (it applies like wallpaper only thicker) to cover a multitude of "wall sins" over the years. In my opinion it's the greatest thing since sliced bread. It doesn't look cheap or tacky, it's inexpensive, non-labor intensive and not messy to install.

I used it for the first time about 15 years ago to cover a faux brick tile on my lower kitchen walls that couldn't be removed. It was either tear the wall down or take a chance on $40 worth of wall liner. It did the job beautifully and lasted. Since then I've used it to cover paneling, a badly gouged wall after a kitchen remodel and a wall that looked like a pegboard after floor to ceiling shelving was removed.

Friends and family (and realtors!) have been amazed by the transformation after applying this simple inexpensive product. 


Remember, you not only have to remove the popcorn texture, but also redo the ceiling in some other texture.

Price will depend on several factors:

1) how much the contractor you choose hates removing popcorn or textured ceilings - some charge $1 or so/SF extra just because they hate it. There are even some who bid total drywall replacement cheaper than removing the popcorn, so you have to first find contractors who are happy to do that work, or your prices will be out of the realistic range

2) if the popcorn predates about 1990, then it could likely have asbestos in it, which doubles or triples the price, and in many cases uncapsulating it with a spray coating and then removing the drywall entirely is actually cheaper than all the protective measures necessary if it is scraped off. 

3) whether the popcorn is primarily gypsum and vermiculite (comes off REAL easy) or was the plaster of paris variety, which takes a fair amount of soaking to soften it enough to scrape off

4) what type of finish you are replacing it with - if a textured ceiling, slapcoat, knockdown finish or paneling, not real problem. If you want to go with a perfectly smooth ceiling (generally a bad idea as any variations in the drywall on a ceiling surface really shows up dramatically), then it will demand a lot of care in preparing the scraped surface, and a complete surface drywall compound skim coat to smooth out the scrapes and gouges from the removal process.

5) what underlying conditions are - if there is a lot of furniture to move around (should go to adjacent rooms) or cover and work around, high-quality rug or hardwood floor to super-protect or such, will drive cost up.

I have seen costs run from as low as $0.60/SF to $1.25/SF (for removal only). Generally, remove and recoat with a surface texture of some kind (anything but smooth) and paint will run you about $2.50-3.50/SF.

Now the bad news - if asbestos containing, can run from $5-10/SF. Many homeowners in that situation go the other legal route - have it encapsulated with an asbestos-rated sealant by an asbestos contractor, then paint it and leave it for the next homeowner to decide what to do about it. Some contractors encapsulate it and then put a 1/4" thick drywall layer over it - this usually looks like a disaster unless it has a VERY rough textured finish on it, because putting drywall sheet over a rough surface like popcorn invariably means a wavy surface commonly looks like a gently rolling ocean surface.


Stucco Repair And Installation reviews in Pittsburgh


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was very punctual in giving us an estimate and beginning the work. We tried several other contractors who either were not capable of doing the work or who never gave us an estimate once they met with us about the work to be done. We never heard from them again.
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was fair in his pricing and has an excellent crew who showed up every day, did what they said they were going to do, cleaned up behind themselves and did an excellent job. It was a big job - the stucco panels are heavy and required complete scaffolding of the exterior of the house.
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was on the job or checked on progress almost everyday. He and his crew did everything we expected. It was a pleasure to work with him.
- Pam B.

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installed 2" Foam DryVit (EIFS) on the side of my House.
After the job was complete the crew came on a Saturday to tear down the scaffolding and clean up.
Plastic was installed over the scaffolding to protect the work area (the side of my house) from the weather.
Over the duration of the job rain had puddled on the top of the plastic
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When the crew started removing the plastic from scaffolding water that had puddled on the plastic ran down the new finish and created large streaks in the finish (the finish was not cured yet).
One of
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's crew got on the phone with
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and told him of the streak
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in the finish
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was too busy to come to the job on a Saturday being he had already been paid).
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’s reply on phone to the crew member was he would put an additional coat of finish on the wall to fix the problem. Surprisingly that never happened. Is this just a standard reply when a problem arises and
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has already been paid?
After the scaffolding and plastic were taken down, the uncured Dryvit was exposed to the rain which can affect the bonding of the finish to the wall and the overall strength of the finish.
Now in some areas the finish is cracked and in some areas the finish bubbles when it rains.
Shortly the bubbles will just crack and the finish will peel off the wall.
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was in a hurry to get the scaffolding back to the equipment rental place so he did not care the finish was not cured.

- Michael A.

Beautiful plaster work on the ceiling, I'd use them again in a second for anything plaster. The rest of the work was well done, but not perfect with little details; however, they were very kind, responsive, and punctual.
- Megan F.

It went better than anyone could ever hope for!
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is professional, incredibly easy to get along with and interact with. He has real integrity and it shows in his manner and his work.
Everything was done beyond our expectations. On time, professionally, and with a willingness to make changes or redo a few things when we asked for it.
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even made suggestions on some other improvements that were needed as a result of their prep work and we went with his input.
You will be absolutely thrilled with
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and his work.

- Robin Z.

I couldn't be happier with
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and his son. I've been trying to get this stucco work done for over a year and have been mislead and overpriced by several other experts. The first quote I got was $1500-$2000 just for the 3rd floor repairs. The second was for $3500, again just for the 3rd floor. I've had 3 other people refuse to give me a quote because they didn't want to build scaffolding for such a 'small job'.
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quoted me at $1025 for the 3rd floor repair, and the two other areas of the house (much lower) were the stucco was had completely fallen off. He started the very net day and was done in two days as promised. He left the place very clean, so I'm not sure why the other review had such a bad experience.
What made me so appreciative, aside from he was one of the only people willing to do the job, was that he noticed a large area of stucco missing from my porch pillar that wasn't discussed in the fee. He called me and mentioned that he had extra cement left, and would repair it at no cost if I wanted.
The work he did on all sections matched the current stucco great. Certainly went above and beyond.
Clean, friendly, prompt, great work, great price. Highly recommend.
- Anthony R.

I found this company through Angie's list.
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is a great boss and a great person. He is very kind and professional. He knows how to manage his painting team. We got our almost 6,000 square ft. stucco house painted. Because of the weather condition we couldn't work everyday but when it was nice outside all the team members were here at 7.00 am in the morning. They really really worked hard and finished the job so well. They were so good with details of the trimmings,etc. it was a great experience to work with
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and his team. Thank you
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. We'll definitely work with you again.
- Metin S.

I signed the contract for the garage rebuild on August 26. 2009. Steel reenforced concrete walls were built inside the collapsing walls of the garage so as to not disturb the neighbor's patio that was supported by the garage wall. The driveway and sidewalk that were already in bad shape were pulverized by the construction equipment driving over them. I told the contractor that I wanted to replace the driveway and sidewalk using the original quote in the contract. They immediately began tearing up the driveway and sidewalk with no signed contract. After the original flurry of activity and my driveway and sidewalk were a sea of mud work virtually stopped. Weeks went by where occasionally someone would show up and l
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some block then leave. There was no date in the contract as to when the work would be completed. The garage roof was finally poured in October. The driveway and sidewalk were poured in November. Work stopped again. There was no door on the garage and there were many details that were not finished I was promised the garage would be finished by Thanksgiving. The garage door was installed in December. Work stopped again and tools and trash were left sitting in my yard over the winter. The contractor was insisting that I pay the balance of the contracted price when he poured the driveway. I refused and insisted I would keep $5000 until the job was complete. I finally got the contractor to sign an agreement that all the work would be completed by April 30, 2010. That date came and passed with no work done. Over the winter major cracks developed in the driveway. There were no expansion joints in over a hundred feet of concrete. The contractor said he would remove some of the concrete and pour another
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of concrete over the cracked driveway. He said he would be done in two weeks. I received citations from the City of Pittsburgh because no permits were filed to rebuild the garage or replace the sidewalk. I was also sited by the Allegheny County Health Department for the excessive dust created when the workers spent two weeks removing a 15 x 15 foot piece of concrete with an electric jackhammer. When I finally threw them off the job on June 19, 2010 the contractor was still begging for more time to complete the the driveway fix and the garage. Now I have to sort out the legal issues with the City. Make amends to my neighbors for property damage and inconvenience. Find a reputable contractor to replace the driveway and pull more money from my retirement fund to pay for it. It's a shame, but he contractor actually did a good job on the garage and the sidewalk, but the aggravation of dealing with them caused me months of lost sleep. The work was sloppy with concrete splattered on our house and the existing patio. Concrete was also splattered on our neighbor's house and patio. Grass was killed in the yard where they cleaned equipment and left lumber and forms for weeks. The driveway fiasco was caused by the contractor's stupidity of pouring the concrete with no expansion joints and then trying to fix it on the cheap. The contractor saved me a lot of money by not tearing down the garage walls and having to rebuild my neighbor's yard and patio, but it looks like it was a false economy.
- George S.

The job was started not long after the estimate and once it was started they finished within a week, even with add-ons and a painting mistake (mine).
- Alexandra G.

Stucco Contractors in Pittsburgh

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A Fine Line Painting

34 S Bryant Ave




3825 Rebecca St


425 Jefferson Ave

Anderson Chimneys Fireplaces Masonry

339 Meade Street

ART Painting & Remodeling

P.O. Box 182

At Ur Service, LLC

PO BOX 203

Augustine Painting

336 Coraopolis Road

Brian McDade Construction

23 Oliver Street
Mc Donald

Brian McDade Construction

23 Oliver Street
Mc Donald

Brian McDade Construction

23 Oliver Street
Mc Donald

Brian Renne Masonry LLC

300 Ridge Church Rd

C & C Home Remodeling

2917 Bethel Church Rd
Bethel Park

Capstone Roofing Inc.

12134 Killian St

Cavanaugh Construction & Fine Carpentry

27 b carothers drive
Turtle Creek

CertaPro Painters of the South Hills

123 Washington St

Chris Jackson's Contracting

1575 Vermont Ave

Dale Hayden's Painting

507 Clifton Ave


303A S Main St

Do'It Right Construction

2 Hill Ave


966 Walker Rd

Dutchy's Quality Restoration

38 Loretta Street

Faust Plastering

129 First St

Federoff Inc.

3 Vue St.

Geyer Construction & Contracting

121 clinton ave


440 Pine Creek Rd


Bethel Park



Kaiser Construction

1133 Lantz Rd

Lloyd Anthony Construction Inc.

3125 Willett Rd



Meli Plastering, LLC

345 Unity Center Rd

Merola Co

1927 Universal Rd

Merola Construction Group, LLC.

157 7th Street Ext

Merola Plastering

6530 Ten Point Circle

Morow's Masonry Restoration

715 Lower Drennen Rd
New Kensington





One Source Repair

409 North Ave

Paner Construction

603 Farragut

Perry Masonry

695 Park Ave

Pflug Mark A General Contracting Inc

448 Zeigler Rd

Pittsburgh Home Improvements

565 Foltz Dr



Price & Vaughn Company

2013 Delaware Ave

Pro Brush Quality Painting

402 Wabana St

R.A. Adams Construction

1412 Alton St.




531 pennwood dr

Rolyn Companies

7 Crozerville Road

Scalercio Contracting

361 Moon Clinton Rd.
Moon Twp.





Traeger Plastering

234 Gregg Street

Trim Tech construction

1557 Edgebrook Avenue


Box 11441

Vance Construction - Plaster & Stucco

844 Florence Avenue

VARUS Development

2306 fox hollow dr

wilhelm and harvey construction

514 Griffin St

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