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EWI? Any folfs on got much experience with this, any tips

Discussion in 'General Rendering Discussions' started by MrMoore, Oct 8, 2013.

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  1. MrMoore

    MrMoore New Member

    As above we are just starting to get more and more into ewi, external wall insualtion, any recomendaitons what to use. ive used wetherby befor, scrape back, found it quite tricky at first. anyone know of any other good options?

    few bits we do found here >>>> Rendering Services | DMP Plastering Contractors

  2. MrMoore

    MrMoore New Member

    [h=2]EWI? Any folks on here got much experience with this, any tips[/h]
    spelling was terrible
  3. owls

    owls Private Member

    you need adequate training using a manufactures system and your best bet is to be associated with said manufacturer for warranties etc, EWI isn't the sort of aspect of the trade you can pick up as you go along, as there is a lot to go wrong. we see so many badly fitted systems.
  4. Rigsby

    Rigsby Private Member

    As owls has said, get onto a manufacturers training day. Each manufacturer has their own way of doing ewi. Get it wrong and it will cost a lot to put right.
  5. malc

    malc Private Member

    you need to work for a firm that does lots of different systems.
    i have seen loads of plasterers fail in the first week and go home with very little wages.
  6. Olican

    Olican Private Member

    I've done a lot of mono, krend, pro rend etc and my work mate used a fair amount thincoat work in the states. That said we always pass up on the ewi work, like malc said a lot of spreads have had their hands bit taking on this type of work. We tend to stick to what we know. Best of luck Mr Moore. Is it Roger or Brian? :RpS_thumbup:
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