Traditional cement rendering is a mix of sand, cement and clay (or lime) applied to brick, concrete or stone. It can be textured or painted after application – alternatively, colour can be added to the rendering mix. It is used both externally and internally and to render walls prior to tiling in wet areas, including bathrooms and swimming pools etc.


    Architectural coating renders are acrylic pre-mixed renders that have far higher water resistance and strength. There are a wide range of effects and finishes that can be produced by architectural coating and it can be used on a wide variety of surfaces, including concrete, cement blocks, fibro cladding and concrete paneling etc. This is also a significantly faster process, as it generally only takes 2 days to dry and cure, compared to around 28 days for the traditional cement rendering process.


    White setting is a job for the real professionals! White setting, also known as ‘hard finish plaster’, is used to give cement rendering a superior finish, as the final process polishes the plaster to give it a very hard, dense and durable finish. This is can only be used internally as it must be used in completely dry areas free of moisture or damp.

    • Residential & Commercial properties
    • Interiors & Exteriors
    • Numerous different designs, effects, finishes and colours
    • Rendered finishing to brick, concrete    & fibro-clad properties
    • Rendering painted brickwork
    • Structural repairs, block work, indents, strips, borders and much more...
    • We do not recommend the use of stainless, galvanised or plastic corners – we handcraft all our corners using solid renders – this is the more traditional method and one which, in our experience, is the most effective and longer lasting.

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