Our Services

We specialize and commercial and residential construction projects according to our customers needs, wants and  desires. PB Stucco & Plaster undertakes the redevelopment of residential and commercial properties very seriously. The improvement of kitchens, renovation of bathrooms and upgrading of basements are just some of the services we offer and as always our customers come first.

What We Do



Redesigns and custom designs

  • Stucco – including hardcoat & EIFS
  • Natural/cultured stone
  • Dsign redesign demolition and renovation of kitchen and bathrooms
  • Floors (tiles, hardwood, carpet)
  • Painting (interior and exterior)
  • Installation of windows, doors and decorative trim
  • Design and remodeling of basements
  • Design and remodeling of indoor and outdoor spaces
  • Power washing and painting
  • Stucco application, repair, and refinishing
  • Drywall installation, taping and repair
  • Metal stud framing
  • Roofing (replacement and new installation)
  • Interior plastering
  • All veneer stone
  • Kitchen and bathroom remodeling
  • Installation of kitchen cabinets, bathroom, laundry room
  • Sailing of all sorts to include ceramic, vinyl, wood, carpet
  • Additions including areas such as sundecks and man caves
  • Renovations of patios, ducks, and entrance stairs
*For Custom designs welcome for your renovation and building projects please contact us for a quote.

Masonry & Paving Contractor

Specializing in patios, driveways, outdoor and indoor installations to make your home a more beautiful representation of yourself. We use a variety of materials including pavers, bluestone, brick and cement to make each project exactly how you pictured it.
We specialize in installing a range of materials which include brick, stone and concrete to the exterior and interior of homes and building structures. Simplest features like chimney installation or retaining walls, patios and entire homes provide an uncapped resource for homeowners and add appeal to the property. As a professional masonry company we can guide you and explain which options will help you get the most out of your money and property. We specialize in all four mason requirements, Stone, Brick and Concrete as well as repair and restoration.

Stone Masons

Stoneworkers handle natural and manufactured stone as well as veneer products to create different installations. These include facades on homes, walls and both interior and exterior flooring.

Stoneworkers know how to manipulate the material to fit any design and look. They can also help answer questions you might have about the pros and cons for natural, engineered and veneer options for your project and budget.

Brick Masons

Brick masons work with brick, be it real, manufactured, solid or veneer. They are commonly referred to as “bricklayers.” The process takes care and attention because the lines are typically very uniform and don’t forgive mistakes.

Common installations include chimneys and fireplaces, columns, walls and patios.

Concrete Masonry Contractors

Concrete masons work with poured and block concrete. The process for pouring often involves leveling, finishing and managing the weather’s effect as the cement hardens. Concrete workers may also work with metal reinforcements to support their installations.

Common jobs include driveways, sidewalks, house foundations, columns and walls.

Masonry Repair and/or Restoration Contractors

Masonry restoration contractors maintain, repair and restore existing structures. This type of restoration often refers to work on historical homes and structures. Common work includes repointing (replacing mortar), rebuilding sections, fixing cracks and replacing individual pieces.

Mason Tenders

Tenders assist masons on the job site by:

  • managing deliveries
  • building and securing scaffolds
  • prepping materials like grout and mortar
  • cutting materials
  • keeping the job site clean
  • chipping extra mortar/grout away

Kitchen Remodeling: Kitchen Demolition

The first step to your amazing new kitchen is the demolition., removing the old appliances and tearing out the old materials is the first step on the road to the new kitchen. Hauling away the debris and any discarded appliances is next on the list.Any new structural buildouts? Framing is something that might be necessary for the new look that you wish to have. Next, is the plumbing, wiring and HVAC ductwork that needs to be done.Following is the finish walls and ceilings. We make sure all the drywall is hung, seams are taped and finished, and everything is primed and painted.Floor installation is the next step in your wonderful new kitchen, a decision on the type of material that will be used will be installed at this stage.Installation of cabinets and countertops is next, followed by the installation of appliances plumbing and wiring fixtures. Lastly is the inspection and completion of the project with the acceptance of the homeowner.

Bathroom Remodeling

Planning should be the longest phase of learning how to remodel a bathroom. In addition to decisions on design, decor, tile, fixtures and bathroom paint colors, establishing a budget for both money and time sets the groundwork for a successful remodel.

It’s easy to figure out how much money a new toilet, tub and sink will cost. The challenge in remodeling a bathroom on a budget is determining how much time you can spend on the project and how much money you can spend for any hired work.

Demolition : Removing the old tile, flooring and fixtures can begin after the budget is set and design inspiration for bathroom remodeling is behind you. You may be tempted to start swinging a sledge hammer, but demolition should be controlled and methodic.


  • Plumbing & Electrical Rough-in
  • close walls, paint walls & install tile
  • install vanity and sink & toilet


How to Prepare Your Home for Your Siding Installation:

Like any home renovation, there are ways you can prepare your home for installation day:

  • Trim, or tie back, trees and shrubbery near your home. Cut your grass short before your siding installation begins. Shorter grass will make it easier for your contractors to use a magnetic nail finder to recover any nails or staples that go astray during your siding replacement.
  • Clear all items away from your home’s exterior, including potted plants, patio furniture, and gardening equipment.
  • During your siding removal and installation, the interior walls of your home may shake. Remove pictures, shelves, and valuables that may risk falling.
  • A dumpster will be delivered to collect old siding and debris. Keep your driveway clear to allow workers easier access to your home.
  • Park your vehicles further away from your home to minimize the chance of them being damaged by loose debris.
  • For safety, keep all children and pets away from the work area.

Ahead of the installation, it’s also important to discuss shutters, downspouts, and caulking with your contractor. Ask if you should remove these fixtures in advance of the project, or if workers will prep the areas around your windows and doors.

Siding Installation Steps and Procedures:

Old Siding Removal

Before your new siding can be installed, your existing siding needs to be removed. While this occurs, your contractor and team will assess the wall beneath— looking for signs of water damage or rot.

Wall Preparation

Your siding’s appearance and stability depend on the integrity of the wall beneath it. Your contractor will repair and assess your wall so your siding can be installed correctly.

Insulation Installation

After the old siding has been removed, your contractor will make sure your home is properly insulated.

New Siding Installation

Lastly, your new siding will be installed. If your siding requires paint, this will take a few days to apply after all of your siding has been installed.


Roof replacement will be one of the most important decisions as a homeowner you will ever make. it is a repair that should not be delayed if your roof is nearing the end of its useful life. there are several factors to consider to what kind of roof you will need replacing, below ares some averages:

  • Three-tab asphalt shingles: $7,000 to $12,000
  • 30-year shingles: $9,000 to $15,000
  • 50-year shingles: $11,000 to $20,000
  • EPDM rubber: $8,000 to $14,000
  • Wood shingles: $14,000 to $25,000
  • Steel shingles: $14,000 to $25,000
  • Aluminum shingles: $15,000 to $28,000
  • Standing-seam steel roofing: $23,000 to $30,000
  • Natural slate: $25,000 to $50,000
  • Concrete tile: $20,000 to $40,000
  • Clay tiles: $25,000 to $50,000

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