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Why Choose Stucco over Vinyl Siding for Your Home

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When you are choosing a siding option for your home, there are many factors to consider such as curb appeal, durability, and maintenance. Stucco has defied misconceptions time and again, demonstrating that it can be used successfully on homes all across the United States. Worldgate Plaster & Stucco Company has over 45 years of experience in […]

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5 Ways to Protect Your Stucco Investment

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Stucco is a durable, resilient home exterior option that also happens to be aesthetically pleasing. It has stood the test of time throughout centuries of use, but must be properly maintained. Repairs and maintenance must be completed by skilled craftsmen specializing in these building materials. Worldgate Plaster & Stucco Company understands you have to protect […]

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How EIFS Cladding Will Complement Your Stucco Home

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From its durability to the low level of maintenance and long lifespan, there are many reasons to choose a stucco finish for your home. After all, there is a reason stucco has been used as a building material for centuries. When you include EIFS (Exterior Insulation Finishing Systems) with your stucco exterior, you are adding […]

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The Difference between Stucco, EIFS Cladding, and Plaster

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When it comes to understanding the differences between building materials that are often used together, it’s easy to get them confused with each other. Worldgate Plaster & Stucco Company has been installing, inspecting, and repairing exterior insulation finishing systems and interior plaster for over 45 years. Our expertise has allowed us to work for many […]

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3 Reasons to Choose Stucco for Your New Home

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If you are planning to build a brand new home, stucco is an ideal choice for your exterior. After all, there is a reason builders have used this material for centuries. Worldgate Plaster & Stucco Company is locally-owned and -operated, and our skilled craftsmen have installed stucco on homes in northern Virginia for over 45 […]

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Everything You Need to Know about a Stucco Inspection

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If you have your eye on a stucco house and plan to purchase it, then you will need a specialized stucco inspection. Perhaps you already live in a stucco house and are experiencing an issue that you need to have inspected. Worldgate Plaster & Stucco Company,  with over 45 years of experience in the construction […]

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What Is EIFS and Why Do You Need It for Your Stucco Home?

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You may understand that stucco is a durable, resilient, low-maintenance, and aesthetically pleasing home exterior option. But, do you know what EIFS is? Worldgate Plaster & Stucco Company installs, inspects, and repairs exterior insulation finishing systems (EIFS) and interior plaster in homes. Here we will discuss what EIFS is and why you want it as […]

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3 Myths About Stucco Homes and the Truth Behind Them

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Stucco homes not only have stunning curb appeal, but they have a long lifespan if they are done correctly. Worldgate Plaster & Stucco Company is an expert in stucco, exterior insulation finishing systems (EIFS), and plaster, and has been trusted and put to use across northern Virginia since 2005. You may agree that stucco makes […]

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Do You Know the Best Ways to Maintain Your Stucco House?

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Part of the appeal of stucco homes is that they don’t require a lot of effort to maintain. Besides the fact that stucco siding creates aesthetically attractive homes, there are countless benefits to this style. Worldgate Plaster & Stucco Company understands that there are some important factors to take into consideration when choosing stucco that […]

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Tips for Maintaining Your Home’s Stucco

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There are plenty of reasons why stucco is so popular among homeowners: it’s durable, it’s easy to maintain, and it looks good. If it’s applied properly, stucco can last as much as 50 years, as long as it’s well taken care of.

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