Repair techniques depend on the size of the cracks and the specific makeup of your home’s stucco: Hairline cracks are most effortlessly handled, sometimes with a premade stucco patch material that has elasticity. That kind of repair may cost you a few hundred dollars for a small job, with the cost rising based on the length of the crack. Repairing cracks a penny width or larger can cost thousands, and need removing paint and loose pieces of stucco.
Crack maintenances may last for months or decades, depending on what’s causing the fissure. A hairline crack overhaul may last for years, while a surface repair of a larger crack caused by an underlying problem, such as a settling home, may require repeated repair.