Rendering external walls: which kind of material to use and why?

Outer walls of the buildings are open to different weather conditions. Warmth and intensive sunlight in hot months, moisture and low temperatures in wintertime – these aspects can cause the damages of the brickwork.


GPS
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To avoid it, various rendering is used.




silicone render
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Coating the surface with the small layer of proper material can create a protection from the surroundings. Moreover, it will refresh the surface and cause that it will look newer. Amidst various renders, silicone render is attractive due to the application ease and excellent properties. This material is available in a ready-to-use form. It means that there is no need to mix the powder with water before application. Manufacturers offer various textures of this render. Thin layer of it guarantees anti-crack properties. This type of render is water-repellent so it prevents the damp penetration into the wall and creates the self-cleaning layer. While streaming, the droplets will remove the pollution from the wall. Independently of that, it is quite permeable: it does not trap moisture, thus enabling the building fabric to dry off enough during warm weather conditions. Another great asset of this material is that it is sold in various colours. That means it does not have to be covered with a paint. Furthermore, the dye will be long-lasting.


Best quality rendering not only ensures the great protection, but also provides the aesthetic and colourful layer on the outer walls.


The only aspect to remember is the fact that silicone render should be applied during the good weather, since it requires some time (a few days) to solidify. The application is easy and the outcome is gratifying.

Posted by Administrator on 2018-02-12 16:16:51
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