Pebble Dash Rendering
Exterior rendering is the term most commonly used for a plastered finish which is applied to the exterior facade of a building.
It consists of a mixture of sand and cement that is applied to the exterior walls of a building as a protective layer against the elements, adding both insulation and a waterproof coat to the building.
Rendering can also be used to cover up damaged or unsightly brickwork, breeze blocks, old pebble dashing or to insulate a timber frame construction.
It can also be manipulated to create either a smooth or patterned and textured decorative finishes to the external wall surfaces of a building.
Our rendering service usually takes the form of a two coat process.
This is the base layer that forms the bond between the existing brickwork or surface wall and the new surface render that is used to cover over the blemishes and create a smooth surface for the top coat to be applied to.
The top coat is a sand and cement render of a fine consistency which enables the rendering to be finished.