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50 ROOFING & CLADDING


system in the form of mineral wool or Expanded Polystyrene (EPS). Suited to a range of residential and commercial properties, EWI systems deliver excellent insulation and a sleek aesthetic finish. Such systems can create a drained


cavity behind the render carrier board which allows the components to breath from behind, and drain any moisture caused by condensation.


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


This type of system can be easily


installed due to its light weight, and can be part applied to a timber frame struc- ture offsite for accuracy, with the render applied to the facade onsite, either by hand or by machine once the project reaches the final stages. These systems can be fixed to a multitude of substrates, making it versatile within most house- building projects. It is common to add insulation via a cavity wall or internal


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panel, however some systems are applied to the building exterior to maximise the living area.


RENDERS TO SUIT ALL Some renders are limited to certain substrates, whereas others can be applied to almost any building material, and finished with bespoke colour options making these renders versatile options for any project. These systems can involve several stages, but can be completed from start to finish in a relatively short space of time. Some projects require a render system that can be applied quickly by machine or hand, and finished the next day. A fast and efficient option for decorating the facade of a building, single coat renders offer simple application and are ideal for protecting substrates against all weather conditions. Generally applied to masonry substrates, the finish is recommended to be 15 mm thick to comply with regulations, however thickness is dependent upon location. Listed and heritage buildings often


require a completely different render system that allows walls to breathe. Many of these older buildings have issues with damp and condensation, so need a lime-based render system.


Dale Telling is commercial manager at Fassa Bortolo UK


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