The owners of this property in Letchworth, Hertfordshire, wanted a maintenance-free breathable wall coating to transform the look of their home.
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Hammer test the pebbledash to check for any blown or loose render beneath
Shield doors, windows, paths and surrounding areas with tape and heavy-duty paper, taking great care to protect plants and lawns
3. Restoration and Repair
Remove damaged render from brickwork and open up thermal block cracks to reveal whether any bricks or blocks are cracked
Screw an EML mesh into the brickwork and thermal blocks for reinforcement and to help reduce movement
Apply a two-coat sand and cement render to the damaged areas, then spray Tyrolean render on the walls to create a uniform surface with no visible scarring
4. Bag Rubbing
Brush on a PVA mortar mix called bag rubbing to cover imperfections and act as a base for the next stage
5. Primer Coat
Once the bag rubbing is dry, we work primer into the surface using thick brushes.
6. Final Coat
We use specialist equipment to spray a minimum of 1.2 litres of Andura Classic 21 wall coating on to every square metre. This creates a fantastic even finish guaranteed not to chip, flake, peel or crack for 25 years.