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Old 02-09-2006, 10:42 AM   #1
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even tho i do stucco i generally price it by the hour.i am fixing to bid about 5000 sq ft of stucco and the ho wants a per sq ft price.3/4 inch with scratch,brown and finish coat.colored smooth sand finish.price will also include me and my crew putting on the lath.also i will be installing around 1200 sq ft of artifical stone,and 2 fireplaces.
can anyone out there who does alot of stucco give me a ball park figure on a per sq ft price they would charge.i dont want to over price this or under price it.the last time i did a stucco job of this size was a government job of 4000 feet and i think i bid it at 3.10 per ft material and labor,but that was about 8 years ago.we did that job, 2 laborers and myself in 72 working hours.
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I'm new at stucco and not bad at a skip trowel finish with the dryvtt system . One inch wire and fibered base coat on plywood . Top with colored dryvtt . Been charging $5.50 per sq ft.

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I would charge between $11.oo to 15.oo sq ft. for fake stone
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Not sure about stucco. I havent done any of that yet but a mason I got used to do alot in FL so I might start gettin into it. Wish I could help ya there. I will say that an employee of a plastering company up here in NE Wisconsin said they get between 11-15 for stucco which I thought was absolute bull but you never know. If they are Im way to cheap since im doin cultured for 10-12 a sq. ft.
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