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Have you ever thought about plastering and rendering on your home or commercial property? It can make a huge difference to the appearance of a building while also improving its durability. This can give any space an instant facelift, and can be a great way to add value to your property.

Both plastering and rendering can be used on both home and commercial properties. However, rendering is more commonly used on external walls as it provides additional protection against the elements. Plastering is usually reserved for internal walls as it offers a smoother finish.

If you’re unsure which process is right for your project, it’s best to consult with a professional. They will be able to assess your needs and recommend the best course of action.

There are three main types of renderings: traditional, bespoke, and modern. Traditional renderings are made with lime and sand, which is then applied to the outside of a property in thin layers. Bespoke renderings are made to order and can be made from a variety of materials, including stone, brick, or glass. Modern renderings are typically made from synthetic materials such as acrylics or polymers.

There are a few different types of renderings that can be used on both home and commercial properties, each with their own set of pros and cons. The most common type of rendering is the cement-based rendering, which is typically used on brick or block walls. This type of rendering is very durable and long lasting, but it can be quite difficult to apply if you’re not an experienced professional.

Another popular type of rendering is the acrylic-based rendering, which is much easier to apply than cement-based renderings. However, this type of rendering is not as durable as cement-based renderings and will need to be replaced more often. Acrylic-based renderings are also more susceptible to chipping and cracking over time.

The last type of rendering is the lime-based rendering, which is somewhere in between the other two types in terms of durability and ease of application. Lime-based renderings are also more breathable than cement or acrylic renderings, which means they allow moisture to escape from the underlying wall materials. This can help to prevent problems like mold and mildew growth.

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