March 22, 2020

If you’re looking to have a beautiful, new home built that stands out from others in the area, you should consider having it made of stucco. From the pioneers of ancient Greece comes a building material that is still beautiful and reliable to this day.
 
Stucco today is made from a handy recipe that calls for mixing cement, sand, water, limestone, and in some cases, natural fiber and acrylics for providing added strength and flexibility. This is a popular material that is very common among neighborhoods in the southwest. Every skilled home builder, with the help of Chicago residential architects should know how to perfect stucco and build with it to make quality backed buildings.
 
Here are all the benefits of having a stucco home for you to consider:
 
Stucco is Highly Affordable
 
Stucco might look costly, but it’s actually readily available and easy to make. Thus, it can actually work inside most homeowners’ budgets. Stucco siding can actually cost 25 percent as much as brick siding. Stucco is so versatile that homeowners can even use it to replace the siding of their existing home, which can change the look of the home and give it added durability.
 
Stucco Can Work with Other Materials
 
If there is another material you prefer, like brick or masonry, it will cost much more to make a home entirely of that material. What is great about stucco in this regard is that replacing a part of your primary material with stucco can save you money. Stucco can be installed alongside wood, brick, concrete, masonry, metal, and other materials, making problems during the home-building process minimal. Your skilled Chicago architect can come up with ideas for how to beautifully blend in stucco with your other materials of choice.
 


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