Yes, you can paint stucco, and you can repaint a stucco home that has been previously painted. Key question is it unpainted stucco, or has it been painted previously. I wondered why this question was asked, seeing as how it seems to be a simple answer (YES!), but there are a few things to take into account, so it is a deeper question than it appears to be on the surface.
Special elastomeric paints designed to be applied over stucco are available, and are highly recommended for painting over stucco (previously painted or not).
Yes, you can paint over already painted stucco and it is usually easier than painting over a non painted stucco finish. You do not need primer, in most cases either, and the paint will usually last for quite a while before needing another coat.
There are some advantages to repainting an already painted stucco finish but the prep work is usually the same. Pressure washing the stucco first is the best kind of prep work you can do and will increase the chances of the new paint sticking to the stucco or the old paint. If you have any patches to address on your stucco, then you should do it before repainting the stucco, as it will save time and money in the long run. When you need larger stucco repairs prior to painting, we recommend Nurse Stucco.
If you’re ready to repaint your stucco and give your home a fresh look with a new coat of paint, don’t do it alone! House painting can not only be time-consuming and stressful, but it can also result in less than professional results.
With the help of Z Pro Painting, you can sit back and relax while our professional painters handle the job. We are a white glove painting service company that provides services for every area of your home.
Whatever your painting needs, our team can handle it all. We’ll ensure smooth and consistent results free of drips, seams, and inconsistencies.