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Inspiration for a mid-sized southwestern white one-story stucco exterior home remodel in San Diego

Rustic Modern RanchSouthwestern Exterior, San Diego

Inspiration for a mid-sized southwestern white one-story stucco exterior home remodel in San Diego —  Houzz
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mlcarlson wrote:Jan 11, 2019
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    They are from Target! Purchased a few years back, so not sure if they are still in stock.

helenboukos wrote:Aug 12, 2018
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    Hi there! It's a metal door that we color matched to the windows, which came in black from the factory - I'm not sure of the exact color.

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erincarlyle
Erin Carlyle added this to How to Smooth Out Your Stucco ExteriorJul 17, 2018

There are also maintenance reasons a homeowner might want smooth stucco. Heavily textured stucco can collect dust in its indentations, which over time can lend a dingy appearance, says Kirk Giordano, a plastering and stucco contractor based in Alameda, California. “The rain is full of dust,” Giordano says. Dust and pollutants in the air also settle onto a home’s roof, and when rainstorms wash this grime down the front of the house it settles into the crevices of heavily textured stucco and can leave a streaked appearance. “The more texture, the more dust it holds,” Giordano says. Eventually, moss may grow in the indentations. Giordano has heard from multiple homeowners who find spiders making webs and living in the deep indentations in their stucco. Smoothing a stucco surface can make it less welcoming to insects, Giordano says.Power-washing can clean off the dirt and grime and refresh the look of dingy stucco, and painting can also refresh its look. But homeowners who find that their homes need to be power-washed frequently may want to consider a smoother stucco surface the next time they have exterior work done.

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cbort
cbort added this to River house exteriorsApr 4, 2019

White stucco and black metal clad windows

gmariescv
gmariescv added this to Exterior/GarageOct 7, 2018

In the high-priced San Francisco Bay Area where Giordano lives, the cost to pressure-wash and retexture with a base coat and a color coat on a 1,500-square-foot house would typically run $12,000 to $14,000. For a 3,000-square-foot, two-story home that requires scaffolding, the cost could be $38,000 to $40,000. If only a color coat is needed, the prices would be about half that. Stucco pro Ryan Clark of Blue Collar Stucco in Nevada City, California, says rates to pressure-wash a 1,500-square-foot home and retexture it with a base coat and finish coat would run $4,500 to $7,500 in his area. The same work on a 3,000-square-foot, two-story home would run $9,000 to $15,000,

lonaolsen
Lona Sutton added this to Front EntrySep 5, 2018

black, white, light wood love it

laxmimegan
laxmimegan added this to exterior deck patio gardensAug 12, 2018

I do want a light colored stucco and I love these tan/camel colors against it

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