Damaged K-Rend

Colette78

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We have just finished an extension project which was finished with k-rend. We had guys in today to dig out our garden to be paved and they have hit the render with their digger! Can this be fixed? What’s the easiest/cheapest solution?
Thanks
 

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bobski

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We have just finished an extension project which was finished with k-rend. We had guys in today to dig out our garden to be paved and they have hit the render with their digger! Can this be fixed? What’s the easiest/cheapest solution?
Thanks

How big is the remainder of the wall (above the window and on) ?
 

Colette78

New Member
How big is the remainder of the wall (above the window and on) ?
It’s massive! The damaged part is the thin pillar between the bifold s and the right hand side of the extension.
 

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Vincey

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Should have had silicone thin coat render it would have been sound,
the digger bucket would have needed replacing @Vincey
Was just looking at the picture 3 thinking even the mashed up mono looks better than any silicone job I’ve ever seen
Excited I Like It GIF by LA Clippers
 

owls

Private Member
Just Replace the panel, the obligation is on the digger driver to put right as was. Why look for a cheap option, it wants to be put right.
 
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