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With Stucco Problems Prominent in PA, Advanced Stucco Inspection Hires More Inspectors for the Spring Season
Date:4/2/2013

Drexel Hill, PA (PRWEB) April 02, 2013

Spring has sprung, and Advanced Stucco Inspection (ASI) has hired more stucco inspectors to better serve the people of the Delaware Valley who are dealing with stucco problems. As property owners on the East Coast look over their residential and commercial buildings after another cold and damp winter, many will find cracks, holes, and stains on their stucco.

Damaged stucco can be a huge problem for homeowners and business owners, particularly in the tri-state area, which is why Advanced Stucco Inspection – an industry leader based in Drexel Hill, Pa. – has strengthened its staff in anticipation of a busy spring. Improperly installed stucco can lead to cracked walls, water leakage, and mold growth, and this troublesome trend is extremely prominent in the area.

"Eastern Pennsylvania is the stucco failure area of the country," said Dr. Joseph Lstiburek of Building Science Corporation.

Unfortunately, these failures spread beyond Pennsylvania and into the greater Delaware Valley. Property owners from Eastern Pennsylvania to Southern New Jersey to Delaware are all faced with the risk of deteriorating stucco. Most of the stucco issues in the area occur as a result of the lackluster building processes practiced over the last 25 years. Environmental conditions only compound those problems, creating quite a headache for homeowners. The financial damages caused by stucco problems will vary in severity, but typically depend on how soon homeowners are able to act. If you have a stucco issue, the sooner you bring in an expert, the better.

When time is of the essence, homeowners need stucco repair in PA that they can rely on to get the job done quickly and correctly. By hiring three new expert stucco consultants this year, Advanced Stucco Inspection now has the manpower to inspect more homes in need of help than ever before. In addition, the team at ASI fully understands the building sciences, a requirement of every expert that is called upon to inspect homes for ASI customers. With a vast breadth of knowledge and experience, not only can the team at ASI inspect stucco, but they can also execute a plan for repair, going as far as to address and remediate any mold damage that may have resulted from the faulty stucco installation. When working with ASI, a homeowner gets more than a company that can inspect stucco.

In addition to helping homeowners protect their health and their property from mold and water damage, stucco inspections can also improve the curbside appeal of a property if repairs are instituted. The main reason that spring is such a popular time for stucco inspection is because of the volume of real estate transfers. And, with three new experts joining the team, ASI is ready to serve these spring customers.

For more information on Advanced Stucco Inspection, or to schedule a stucco inspection, contact Craig Camel at 610-642-6666 or asi(at)advancedstuccoinspection(dot)com.

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