House Rendering Wolverhampton
At Gaffney & Guinan, we provide industry-leading house rendering services in Wolverhampton.
One of the latest, significant developments in construction is anti-crack rendering. At Gaffney & Guinan, our installers carry vast experience in rendering properties, from old, historic structures to state-of-the-art buildings.
The appearance, quality and durability of today’s rendered finishes are rapidly improving. Our installers use reinforcement meshes for our render solutions. Also, we apply the use of polymer-based basecoats.
Our rendered treatments suit a variety of architectural styles. Furthermore, we provide a range of decorative finishes to your render, from pastel tones to vibrant colours.
If you live in Wolverhampton or the surrounding areas and want to improve your property’s quality please get in touch today. Continue reading to find out how our rendering services can help you.
Benefits of our Wolverhampton House Rendering Services
- Improves the appearance of your home
- Our renders come in a variety of colours and textures, allowing you to choose a suitable look
- Improves your property’s structural integrity.
- Eliminates draughts caused by surface fractures
- When used alone, rendering provides mild insulation
- Increases the lifespan of your house’s materials
Types of House Rendering
We can provide you with the right render to suit your preference. The types of render we provide include:
- Cement renders – Cement renders are the most frequently used type of render. Firstly, we prepare and apply the cement render in coats. Finally, to guarantee that the render is ready for painting, we apply the last coat thinly to provide a good finish.
- Polymer renders – Our experts pre-mix the material for polymer renderings. The polymer rendering materials we use are white cement and lime. Then we add plastic components to the mix, to strengthen the render’s crack resistance and toughness.
- Acrylic renders – We apply the use of acrylic renders to give your property that wonderful, smooth finish. Acrylic renders are used as a thin finish to seal the underlying coat and improve its appearance.
- Monocouche renders – Monocouche is a French word that translates to “single layer” or “bed”. Monocouche renderings are a relatively new addition to the rendering industry. The single-coat render is pre-mixed with water and can be applied by hand or machine. White cement is typically used, but we normally colour it ahead of time in various shades. As Monocouche renders only require one coat, they are easier to apply than other renders.
- Lime renders – Lime renderings are becoming more popular these days. These types of renders are more difficult to install than other renders. As a result, lime renders are more suited for renovation projects.
- Insulating Renders – Insulating render can be used to renovate a home. When your outside walls are decaying or not adequately insulated, this type of render is beneficial. Is your home’s external wall leaking or prone to water damage? If this is the case, insulating render can help you.
Get in Touch
At Gaffney & Guinan, we provide industry-leading external rendering services in Wolverhampton and the surrounding areas. We provide a smooth client experience in every project we undertake. Get in touch to talk to our surveyors about a quote.