Cement rendering is the application of a premixed layer of sand and cement to brick, concrete, stone, or mud-brick and is often painted after application. It is generally used on exterior walls but can be used to feature an interior wall.
Acrylic render can be applied to a wide range of substrates including painted walls, concrete, and cement sheeting. Traditional rendering simply cannot stick to those surfaces.
Rising damp can affect any brick house, however, older homes with poor underfloor ventilation in Sydney and Melbourne are most at risk. Rising damp occurs when moisture from the soil surrounding the home finds a way into the structure of your home creating damp conditions that allows mould to thrive.
Most commonly used as an external wall cladding, Blue Board is a strong based 7.5 mm sheet, which is designed to be acrylic render coated with colour or texture, providing a beautiful rendered look, without the masonry.
White setting a rendered wall gives a smooth mirror like finish, that is ready for painting. This method is a beautiful way to bring rendered walls indoors. It is also one of the hardest wearing surfaces and is suitable for use in high traffic areas.
This handcrafted finish brings a distinctive look to any home / commercial development. It is highly reflective, with a sense of depth that cannot be achieved with paint. Polished plaster finishes are an ideal choice for statement areas such as feature walls, columns, façades, reception counters etc.