It’s a guarantee that your property will degrade overtime. From exposure to the elements, including cracks, spalling, corrosion caused by moisture penetration, to general wear and tear, deterioration is a given.
With rendering services provided by the Usher Group, you can safeguard your property, improve drive-by appeal, and increase property value.
Rendering can be applied to many surfaces, creating several unique and visually appealing finishes. Typically, it is applied to the outside of a property. However, it serves an important purpose inside, from creating accent walls to unique interior features. Rendering is particularly beneficial for rejuvenating an outdated property built using older styled red or blonde bricks, such as those used in the 1970’s.
Rendering provides an extra layer to an existing wall, which also improves thermal properties – heating or cooling will have a tough time escaping through the walls. You can save costs on utility bills and become more energy efficient.
There are many different types of renders to choose from, all providing varying levels of protection to exposed brick and other construction materials from erosion and cracking. A strong render application will prevent your property from copping expensive maintenance repairs in the future.
Render finishes range from ultra-smooth to a variety of different colours, textures and decorative effects such as patterns, swirls, stone, and marbling:
Bagging Render is an inexpensive finish providing a unified look.
Sand Cement Render is a traditional cost-effective finish relatively standard in the industry – it’s tough, versatile and the most cost-effective solution.
Acrylic Render comes in many colours, is superior in water resistance and is far less likely to crack with temperature fluctuations, making it a viable option for areas with dramatic climate changes. However, it is slightly more expensive that its cement-based brothers.
Rough Cast Render provides an aged Tuscan look.
Polished Plaster is vibrant in colour that provides a luxurious look.
With so many options, selecting the right render for your project may seem overwhelming. Furthermore, between the square meters you intend to cover and considering detailed areas such as columns and moldings, budgeting render for your property can be a nightmare.