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ROOFING & CLADDING 49


RENDERING BEST PRACTICE MORE ACHIEVABLE


Dale Telling of Fassa Bortolo UK looks at the steps to take in choosing the best external render system for your next development.


P


ractical, durable and stylish, render systems can completely transform the exterior of a property


through colour or finish, while protecting buildings against typical British weather conditions. Whether it’s the development of a suburban new build, a series of coastal properties or a period restoration, there is a render to suit the job. As with all external finishes, there is


uncertainty as to which systems can be used with different substrates, but – providing you know the material you’re using – a render company can easily specify the right product to suit your property. The key considerations for most builds


and renovations are cost, maintenance and aesthetics. Rendering provides one of the best solutions here, delivering a striking design and seamless finish to a


house which can be applied in a matter of days. With a good quality render, developers


and builders can be assured of a durable finish that will stand the test of time against algae, weathering, and any other factors that could damage or discolour the finish. Some render systems are more hard-wearing than others, but homeown- ers will be able to keep the surface looking its best for a number of years with minimal upkeep. A crisp, clean white render is one sought-after look, especially within modern construction, where white walls and dark grey window frames are in demand. However, if your planning requires a different colour to blend with the rest of the buildings in the area, you can often match your render to almost any shade with a colour matching service


available at distribution centres, or direct through manufacturers.


RENDER FOR INSULATION (EWI) For builds that require good insulation properties, consider incorporating external wall insulation (EWI) on a mechanical rail


WITH A GOOD QUALITY RENDER, DEVELOPERS AND BUILDERS CAN BE ASSURED OF A DURABLE FINISH THAT WILL STAND THE TEST OF TIME AGAINST ALGAE AND WEATHERING WWW.HBDONLINE.CO.UK


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