It is easy to forget that it can get cold in the winter months when living in Florida, but winter is pretty much in full swing across the country already. This typically means that a lot of home improvement projects have been pushed until the spring. While Florida isn’t known for being cold, we do have our moments. So if you are considering stucco, then a cold snap might have you wondering if stucco is capable of standing up to cold weather. Stucco is very weather resistant and makes it a good choice for homes in both warm and cold climates.

Stucco Is Incredibly Durable

When applied properly, traditional stucco will have a barrier underneath it to any prevent moisture from seeping into your home. Stucco itself is a porous material, and without the proper base, it can be damaging to your home. Thankfully, reputable stucco contractors, like CDP Stucco, know to install stucco with the proper base layer to prevent water and moisture damage, including mold, rot and deterioration.

Stucco Is Largely Unaffected By the Cold

Stucco is a common home finishing material for homes all over the country, thanks to its resilience with temperature changes and harsh conditions. For instance, we see stucco homes in Florida but also in the Chicagoland area. This is because it is able to handle both extremely hot and extremely cold climates, making it a popular choice for many different homes.

Cracked Brick and Stucco Repair from CDP Stucco

CDP Stucco has repaired cracked stucco for homeowners throughout Florida. If you are unsure if the cracks indicate foundation failure, a representative from CDP Stucco can provide an inspection to give you back peace of mind.

Contact us today for an inspection of your cracked stucco repair! If you are interested in Stucco Installation or Stucco Repair, call the experts at CDP Stucco now at 850-259-2283