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any ideas on this please

Discussion in 'General Rendering Discussions' started by claremont, Sep 13, 2017.

  1. claremont

    claremont Member

    I had a look at a job this morning where the client has asked for a internal render finish to barn refurb.
    The room is going to be used as a production area hence why they want render not plaster due to damp environment.
    I will post pictures but as you can see they have many varying backgrounds (mostly painted)
    and due to electricians putting boxes and conduit onto surface there may need a great thickness of material in places as two of the walls are 13m x4m high.
    My concern is putting that much material on those substrates wont work. Any one got any ideas on this?

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  2. Dansouthcoast84

    Dansouthcoast84 Private Member

    that does look shite dont it.
    spatks.need to chase them cables like you say be 20mm render otherwise. or bump your price for a 3 coat.

    scabble paint and mesh steel
  3. theclemo

    theclemo Private Member

    • Agree Agree x 1
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  4. Rigsby

    Rigsby Private Member

    Avoid it, but if you do it, do it it layers.
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  5. Formby plastering

    Formby plastering Well-Known Member

    Looks a nightmare
  6. claremont

    claremont Member

    I have just been looking into eps board, mesh and base coat sponged up.
    How durable is that finish?
  7. algeeman

    algeeman Private Member

    get the sparks back to chase them in.
  8. jacko001

    jacko001 Member

    install 503 newton mesh on to walls .3x2 stud sound proof board. Not cheep though .
  9. raggles

    raggles Private Member

    If I am seeing it proper unless your just doing panels between steel frame, walk. It would be better off framed out and clad with upvc or the like.

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