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Stucco Painting & Repair Experts in Tampa

AIC Painting Crew

Stucco Painting Services Near Tampa

The naturally warm, bright appearance of stucco can dull with time. Call AIC Painting to refresh and brighten your stucco with new paint. AIC Painting is the painting company that homeowners in the Tampa area trust for cleaning, prepping and painting stucco. Stucco is a plaster cement compound which can last for more than 20 years if cared for properly. Call today at 813-927-1375 for a fast, free quote on reviving your stucco.

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At AIC Painting, our team of stucco professionals ensure that every job begins with thorough preparation to guarantee the best results. We start by cleaning the stucco surface, utilizing pressure washing techniques to remove all dirt, mildew, and peeling paint, which primes the surface for optimal paint adhesion. We carefully repair any cracks or damages using top-grade masonry products, followed by the application of a specialized primer tailored for stucco surfaces.

When you request an estimate, we provide a detailed breakdown of the preparation, painting, and cleanup processes, allowing you to understand the value and precision our stucco painting services offer. This transparency in our quoting process ensures there are no surprises, just exceptional results that enhance the beauty and durability of your home.

AIC Painting's Prep Work and Clean Up

At AIC Painting, meticulous preparation and thorough cleanup are integral to our stucco painting services. Before painting begins, our team carefully cleans the surface, occasionally using pressure washing to remove dirt, mildew, and debris, ensuring optimal paint adhesion.

We repair any cracks or damage with high-quality masonry materials, and apply a durable primer suited for stucco surfaces. After painting, we focus on detailed cleanup, removing all materials and waste, and inspecting the site to ensure your property looks pristine and beautifully refreshed.

Painting Your Stucco Exterior Surfaces

  1. For exterior stucco walls, AIC Painting lightly power washes stucco surfaces of dirt and dust and gently scrubs away mildew with a stiff bristle brush. For interior walls, we may use a vacuum dusting attachment. If your walls have grease or grime or mildew build-up, we apply an appropriate cleaner. Depending on the weather and season in Tampa we may need to allow 24 to 48 hours for walls and surfaces to dry before patching or priming.
  2. AIC Painting preps walls by fixing small cracks and dings with masonry caulk. Due to the weather in Tampa cracks on stucco walls larger than ⅛ inch-wide are common. For larger cracks, we remove any loose stucco with a putty knife and make repairs with a patching compound developed specifically for stucco.
  3. Once the patching compound has dried, we prime stucco walls with a high-quality acrylic primer. In Tampa's climate, acrylic primers adhere better to uneven stucco surfaces. Using a large, napped roller we force primer into the stucco's deep nooks and crevices.
  4. Lastly, we apply a flat exterior paint. Stucco painting usually requires twice the amount of paint used for painting conventional siding.
The painters at AIC Painting are very conscientious when caring for your home. We keep our work area clean and complete a full clean-up quickly after finishing every project.

We are happy to give you a free quote. If you are looking for the best stucco painting company in the Tampa, FL area, give us a call today at 813-927-1375 or request a free estimate on your stucco painting project.

Stucco Painting FAQs


Can You Paint Stucco?

Yes, stucco can definitely be painted, and doing so is a fantastic way to refresh and protect your home's exterior. At AIC Painting, we specialize in stucco painting services that not only enhance the appearance of your home but also extend the lifespan of the stucco.

How Often Should Stucco Be Painted?

Stucco should be painted every 5-10 years, depending on its condition. Factors that can affect how often stucco needs repairs and maintenance include climate, previous painting, and how well the home is maintained.

Should I Paint Over Stucco?

It's best to avoid painting over stucco because it can trap moisture and damage the stucco's performance and durability. Instead, we add new stucco over the existing finish to change the color.

How Can I Prepare Stucco for Painting?

Here are some tips for preparing stucco for painting:

  • Allow new stucco to dry and settle for 60 days
  • Pressure wash to remove dirt, chalky residue, and chipping paint
  • Check for cracks
  • Sand the stucco
  • Prime the stucco

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Testimonials

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    AIC very professional. Our home looks beautiful. The crew was courteous, they were timely, very reasonable. I highly recommend them for your painting needs.
    , 06/24/2023

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    AIC did a phenomenal job! Everyone in the whole process were honest, hardworking, and professional. I would highly recommend to friends and family, and I am already looking to hire them for an additional job.
    , 11/23/2022

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    AIC did an amazing job painting my kitchen cabinets. I would highly recommend them.
    , 11/18/2022

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    The experience was exceptional from start to finish for the painting of my home. It looks amazing and I would like to thank AIC and their crew for their help.
    , 01/03/2022

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    Orlando did a fantastic job...thorough and professional. More than we thought he would do. You guys are great...will be recommending you and hiring you again.
    , 05/21/2021

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    I don't write many reviews. But I'm compelled when the results are way above average and I'm very happy with the service. To begin the process, I requested a number of quotes before making a decision. The lowest quote had a bunch of terms and conditions, appeared to have no employees and would sub-contract with the most needy person of the day. Basically, the person I pay may not be responsible for the work (or lack of). So if there is an issue, well. good luck. The next in line up was AIC. The owner is a VET (+), they have their own staff of employees (++) and per Pasco County, licensed and insured (+++). Folks, you get what you pay for. In my case, two things happened. 1) My house was painted perfectly in a day and 2) we had an issue as a result of the painting that was corrected at no additional cost. They stand behind their work and provided outstanding service to boot. My personal request: These guys worked very hard and past dark to get the job done. Please find it in your heart to tip them if you have the means.
    , 11/10/2020