Solid Plastering is a traditional technique mainly used for the ‘fancier’ features of your home, such as detailed quoins, window bands and plinths.
The render – made from a mixture of sand, cement and hydrated lime – is ideal for
rough surfaces and sections that need levelling with a straight edge.
Solid plastering render can also be easily Texture Coated for that super-neat final finish.
Cheaper than acrylic mixes, this concrete-based render is the cost-effective way to render. Want to know more about solid plastering?
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Fixing up more horrid looking internal brickwork to match existing original plaster.
Rendering over painted brickwork and fretting stonework. Lots of Prep!! Check the link for more pictures.
New builds in Murray Bridge Sand and cement render. Primer then rolled onto render. Texture coat then applied. Very neat end result. Acrasheild paint yet to be applied. Check the link for more pictures of the project.
One of the hundreds of houses I have rendered as a part of the Playford Alive contracts we have worked on over many years. It is amazing how much better the houses look once the project is finished.
Solid plastering of a standard v quoin. One of many I've had to master over the years.
This was part of a large project I was involved in subcontracting to Stone Ideas. The project was the restoration of the Arch Bishops building on the corner of Wakefield Street and West Terrace in the city. We had to restore and re render many sections of the building including large sections of plinth, repointing stone work and brick restoration. Check the link for more pictures of the project