House Rendering Ltd
House Rendering Service
Turning to a professional for your house rendering services is the best decision you can make. Not only can rendering help you change the appearance of your property, but it also preserves its energy efficiency and improves its structure and interior quality. You don't need to spend a lot of money or redo every area of your home, and you can transform the looks and efficiency rating of your property with a professional house rendering. Call us to learn more about how our skilled in-house team can provide you with a free quote.
At House Rendering Ltd, we understand the benefits of using cement render. It is solid able to withstand any weather and wear. Cement is also cheap, available in various tones, and ideal for all kinds of properties.
Polymer render is a simple, solid solution for any home improvement project. Polymer render is a material with unique characteristics of cement render, but without the maintenance and colour problems. Polymer renders are available in a vast of colours, does not require sealing, and will not crack or break up over time.
A solid and resistant option for rendering, and its high breathable quality makes it the best option to reduce age signs in older or period homes. Indeed, older properties are often more subjected to water damage and rainwater penetration issues.
Acrylic rendering is used to create features that would be cost-prohibitive with other types of render. Acrylic is often used with fibres, giving a flexible and more attractive finished surface. Acrylic render allows opening up design possibilities and adds extra detail to a wall or building facade.
Monocouche renders an evolution of the cement render, consisting of only durable materials and easy to apply. With a mix containing water, Monocouche render offers a smooth, thorough-coloured, self-cleaning, antic-cracking finish and doesn't require painting.
Silicone render is a new, effective rendering material, and its embedded colour pigments offer several benefits over traditional, monochromatic renders. These properties also make this render perfect for your project - and it looks good in any weather!
Adding Wethertex render to your old existing house may seem like a complex and expensive task for some, but trust me, it's straightforward if you know what you're doing and have the right tools. Wethertex renders a polymer-modified lime render that is now wind-resistant, sun-resistant and highly durable. As I've said before, it's straightforward to work with using the right tools and products, which I'll be including in this instructable.