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Rendering is a practice which is very popular around the world, particularly in Southern Europe, but also in the UK, and even Newark, that helps to protect a home’s walls from weather damage and other potential sources of erosion. The process involves the application of a mixture of cement, lime plaster and sand to brick, cement, stone or mud walls of a house, which can then be painted to give it a nice, stylish look.
Grants are provided by the Government through energy companies and are available to all home-owners throughout the UK. Westville Insulation can access this funding directly to minimise the cost of your cavity wall insulation. With everyone eligible and some people qualifying for free home insulation. Contact us to find out if you qualify. As long as you need wall insulation you will qualify for a grant and in many cases, insulation is installed FREE, with some grants available of over £12,000. These are hassle free as well. Westville does all the paperwork for your home insulation grants.
VAT reduced to just 5% if you have both Rendering AND Insulation!
External Walls –
The main benefit which rendering external walls can provide is protection from the elements, basically to prevent weather and other potential and other erosion to your walls. However, it doesn’t stop there, external wall rendering can also help contribute to a homes insulation – providing an important extra layer on the walls – and also give your home a fantastic new look, with different application styles and paint colours letting your transform your homes style.
Internal Walls –
Internal rendering may not necessarily provide weather protection as external does, however, it does still provide great benefits, predominantly to the eyes, as it can smooth down interior walls, and provide a great smooth wall canvas for you to paint and design to your hearts desire to give the inside of your home a fantastic makeover.
The rendering process begins when our expert team arrives in Newark at your home. They will first ensure that the target walls are clean and free of plant growth – they will fully clean and treat it beforehand if any problems occur. Then, a coat of aggregate and lime will be applied and left for a few days so that it can cure and maximise the bonding for future coats. When the initial coat is returned to and ready, the first coat of the actual render mixture is troweled on in the exact same way in which you would apply wall plaster , in even coats of around 8-10mm. Our skilled team of renderers knows exactly the best way to go about the job, and after a few more days, and a few more coats of render, your walls are fully protected, and your home ready for a lovely lick of paint!