Applying render to your brickwork not only transforms the look of your home, it also adds value to your property.
But there’s more to rendering than meets the eye. Mistakes are expensive, and with entire sections vulnerable to collapse, something best left to the professionals.
If you’re looking to install or repair rendering, Building Assistance Australia is here to help. After an extensive search, we’ve put together a list of highly trained and experienced renderers ready to quote you on your new project.
A two coat rendering system – using sand and cement or polymer render – Pebble dashing can be used on most common backgrounds. Strong and durable, Pebble dashing is available with a wide choice of dashing spars. Benefits include:
Consisting of sand and cement, this popular render has been around for years. We use a two coat system incorporating a scratch coat and top coat, which is finished using a wooden float.
Modern flat render is a one or two coat (depending on background) rendering system which is pre-mixed. The traditional redner appearance is then created by only adding water. It has a number of benefits including:
A coloured decorative render, Acrylic is a durable coating that has a high resistance to weathering and is also water repellent.
Boasting a flexible anti-crack formulation and UV resistance, Acrylic Render can be applied straight on to existing flat render.
Benefits of Acrylic Render include:
A one coat through coloured external render system which offers a high level of water resistance. Requiring no maintenance, this highly durable finish can be applied to brick, block or stone walls.
Insulated Render Systems are commonly used on single skin or solid substrates with no cavity, therefore improving the thermal value of your property.