On first contact, Don came out promptly and gave me a quote. He also had Carol give me a list of houses he had done with various different colors, so I could see the finished product. Because it was a rainy season, Don suggested we wait until thing dried up a bit before actually doing the work. This sounded good, and we were in no hurry. In the mean time, he suggested he do the repair work immediately for $400, credited against the quote. Although the grayish material used to patch things up was kind of unsightly, it was no worse than the damaged and worn places on the exterior - which were many. It really was a good move to things sealed up, and for the patching to set before the re-dash. When Don and his crews came out to do the re-dash, they were efficient and clean. They moved what little I had against the house. They prepped and did the back of the house the first day, and finished the front of the house the second day. It looks GREAT. The color is even, and the coating seems thick and solid. Hopefully it will last a long time. We are very happy with the results. The only negative issue, and it is a very small one, is that Don did not leave any stucco in case I need to repair or patch a small area, if, for example, I replace an external light fixture. When I called to ask about it, I was told I could go to the manufacturer and they would give me a small bag of the product. Fair enough, but it would seem to be a simple thing to leave some as a rule. Painters do this with paint for touch-up purposes. I'll probably never need it, but it would be nice to have. All in all, great job. If I ever need to do it again, I will definitely call Don. If you need to re-dash your home, you should call him too!