JB Building and Maintenance offer a full range of expert rendering services for your home and garden. All rendering will be undertaken to the highest possible standards.
Traditional lime rendering, tryolean, pebble dash and specialised systems can be carried out.
Traditional lime render is usual applied in two coats with the first coat being called a scratch coat. The scratch coat should be applied directly to brickwork or block work and should be mechanically keyed to allow the top coat or second coat to stick.
Tyrolean render is applied with a hand operated machine known as a flicker. Tyrolean applied with a flicker produces a rough textured effect which can be seen on many older properties. Tyrolean comes in a range of colours which when applied do not require painting. Alternatively a watery sand and cement slurry can be applied which will require painting.
Click to view an example of available colours of tyrolean render.
Pebbledash is very similar to traditional lime rendering with it being applied in two coats. The second coat or top coat will have stones or gravel hand applied to produce the finish. Various sized stones can be applied to produce different finishes. The colour of the stones can also be changed to produce different effects.
Specialist rendering systems can also be used if required. The leading producers of specialist renders are companies such as K-rend and Weber. Specialist renders can come in a whole range of colours and different materials to produce different finishes. Specialist renders tend to come in bags as a dry power which should be mixed with water or premixed in a tub ready to apply. Spay on renders are also available.
We are able to undertake rendering jobs of any size, from rendering a whole house to patching small areas.
Please contact us to discuss your specific requirements.
JB Building and Maintenance undertake rendering throughout the West Midlands, Coventry, Warwickshire and all surrounding areas including Warwick, Leamington Spa, Kenilworth, Stratford Upon Avon, Henley in Arden and Southam.