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    Preparing Fletton Common Bricks For Render

    Why is that? What is wrong with trying to keep costs down? The renderers around here have lots of work and are booked up for months. They aren't fighting to put food on the table. If I can prepare the surface up to their standards, so they can just come and start rendering instead of doing lots...
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    Silicone render Spalding, Lincolnshire

    Hi, The house was originally built in 1932 in red, fletton common bricks, and lime mortar. At some point it was repointed flush with cement mortar. We have a large extension built with concrete common bricks. The extension is painted and peeling and we are having it sandblasted off. We were...
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    Preparing Fletton Common Bricks For Render

    I'm mainly hoping to keep the costs down by doing preparatory work myself.
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    Preparing Fletton Common Bricks For Render

    Hi all, I'm looking at getting my house and extension rendered, but the front wall of the original house is most urgent, as it needs to be done by this winter if possible. The house was built in 1932 and is constructed from fletton common bricks with lime mortar. At some point in its life it...
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    How do renderers prevent shade variation on larger elevations

    Wow that sounds quick. I assume the scraping is the thing that affects the finish shade most then?
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    How do renderers prevent shade variation on larger elevations

    Thanks for your response. That makes sense. Clearly renderers work quicker than I expected! You mention larger houses with multiple panels (are panels different to elevations?) would be done over a number of days, does this produce any variation at the point where the dried (drying) render meets...
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    How do renderers prevent shade variation on larger elevations

    Hi all, I'm looking to get our extension rendered, and I was looking at some of the technical specifications for different products to decide what kind of render I would like (probably monocouche), and I noticed that all of them seem to specify that whole elevations should be rendered at one...
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