Whether you are renovating, refurbishing or redecorating your home it is always important to have smooth walls and ceilings to work with in order to achieve a great finished result. It is the top coat surface of plaster that gives a wall a smooth and workable surface for decorating, and like many things; the art is in the preparation.
This is when you require the skills of an experienced plasterer who will make sure that your surfaces are expertly plastered and hide any imperfections; especially if you are intending to have a painted finish.
Coloured render has a lot of benefits which will vary depending upon the product you choose. The main one which applies to all the through coloured renders is that they are low maintenance and will not need to be painted unless you change your mind on the colour.
The render systems developed by the manufacturers also have added polymers making them more durable with additional weather protection properties. Some of the silicone based products also have enhanced water proofing technology that is designed to repel water whilst still allowing the property to breathe.
Improve the appearance of your property with our traditional sand and cement rendering.
Sand and cement can be used in many areas of plastering, internally, it can be used on brickwork, block work and stone work as a basecoat to straighten walls before they receive the final finish.
With a waterproofed additive mixed to a sand and cement mortar this can be used externally to waterproof a building’s fabric when applied as a basecoat in preparation to receive various finishes including, pebbledash, roughcast, stipple to name a few.
Dry Linings are used for building internal walls in structures using plasterboard panelling. Raised flooring, suspended ceilings, and partitions which can be removed are ideal uses for dry lining.
Plasterboard is available in a wide range of lengths, widths and thicknesses. The larger the plasterboard, the fewer joints are needed, but large pieces of plasterboard are harder to handle and fit.
Plasterboards also have a core of plaster which provides good acoustic and fire insulation.
With the UK having such a high rate of rainfall each year your home is constantly subjected to a lot of rain and damp walls become a problem for many home owners. If your walls are damp, you will probably need a damp proofing treatment.
A damp proofing system is used to prevent damp in your home or business, if left unchecked damp walls can cause significant damage to the exterior and interior of your home, often resulting in a cold, wet and uncomfortable living environment.
Damp proofing prevents water and moisture from entering into your home and causing damage. Damp proofing also prevents wet rising damp, dry rot and wet rot.