The Process Of Rendering Your Home

The rending procedure involves adding an extra layer of cement, plaster or other materials to create a smoother wall. During the process of wall rendering, cement or plaster blended with water and sand is applied.

Rendering is among the simplest and quickest techniques of updating a house and can highly increase its market worth. Cement render on interior or exterior wall surfaces enhances on the waterproofing and look of a house and can comprise pigments, admixtures and several finishes.

When rendering its important to consider if the render mixture is appropriate for wall coating, the appropriate number of coating is applied and adequate time is given to ensure the wall coating harden well.

Benefits of rendering

? Rendering helps to protect chipped and cracked walls from further damage as well as enhancing their appearance.

? It gives a pleasing aesthetic look to your house.

? It will refresh an older look and provide a new home feel

? It gives a uniform appearance in case you have extensions rendering your house will provide a whole uniform appearance.

? Rendering makes painting process easy as well as keep walls strong by safeguarding it from elements.

? It helps you to be updated on the latest colors and design.

? Following health and safety regulations


Before you begin rendering the wall, ensure that you remove any excess mortal as well as dirt from the wall since enhances the process making the mixture stick easily.

A wire brush can be used to remove growth and excess mortar on the wall.

Make sure the mixture contains the appropriate consistency before applying using a trowel.

Make sure you apply 2-3 layers before spraying with water to avoid cracking when the wall is drying.

After the wall is ready, select a high quality polymer render

Mix the polymer with clean water thoroughly. Ensure the consistency fits the surface to be coated. Use steel plastering trowel and a plasterer’s hawk.

Prepare the wall for the initial bonding coat and ensure all external corners have the appropriate angle corner bead set. After the beads is set, use the trowel to render the wall starting at the upper left hand corner.

After applying the first wall coating, prepare the wall for the second render process.

Ensure tools are cleaned. Apply the second base coat immediately before the initial coat dries out.

The second base is essentially skimming coat to make the wall appear neat.
Once the second coat is applied, clean your tools using clean water and get ready to finish the process.

Use a plasterers sponge to remove any high points or voids. Ensure that the sponge is wet and start at the upper left hand corner.

Ensure that you add paint coat to the dried walls.

A rendered wall finish can stay intact for many years if well applied and decorated to safeguard it. Rendered walls should be cut provided with control joints to reduce surface cracks.

Cracks occur because render coat drying out too rapidly, so it’s essential to allow for appropriate curing state, dampening the surfaces and shielding them from severe sun.