High marks for telling me what to expect, the way in which work would be done, and how long to anticipate the job taking. The crew was industrious, well trained, and well supervised, and worked diligently. All of the preparation steps — as important to waterproofing and stucco longevity as the final stucco coat itself — were taken. The final appearance is excellent. The crew did a very good job of cleaning up around the house after the job was completed, and Tesuque Stucco personnel and I prepared a clean-up/touch-up “punch list” of a few remaining items. and they followed up to address them. This company will not submit the lowest bid for stucco work you can obtain. But you will receive an excellent product and workmanship — and the longest warranty provided by any Albuquerque or Santa Fe stucco company of which I’m aware, and personnel will be careful, respectful of your property, and responsive to your requests and suggestions. It’s important, when planning a stucco job, especially in the spring or the fall, to understand that work must be scheduled around rain, snow, and freezing temperatures, and so the originally-suggested start and finish dates for your job may slip — either because of weather during that period, or because jobs earlier in the company’s queue have had delays for these reasons, so approach the work schedule with maximum flexibility.
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