K rend spraying advice

Phoebe123

New Member
Hi there
I am a plasterer who has only ever hand applied k rend and I get on really well with it......but..... I want to advance into using the pump/spray method..... I have no idea where to go to use or buy one...
Any advice on this would be brilliant
Thankyou
 

Plasterers1StopShop

Private Member
Hi there
I am a plasterer who has only ever hand applied k rend and I get on really well with it......but..... I want to advance into using the pump/spray method..... I have no idea where to go to use or buy one...
Any advice on this would be brilliant
Thankyou
Hi @Phoebe123,

We actually specialise in exactly this! Please feel free to give Ryan a call on 07891 460532 and he will be happy to help
 

Tom81

Well-Known Member
Hi there
I am a plasterer who has only ever hand applied k rend and I get on really well with it......but..... I want to advance into using the pump/spray method..... I have no idea where to go to use or buy one...
Any advice on this would be brilliant
Thankyou
The dealers will sell you a machine that you haven't got a clue about and don't know how to use and go end up back on here in s*** asking for advice,
Take a step back do loads of research on what other guys are using and what would suit you needs or if you even need one at all.
 

owls

Private Member
The dealers will sell you a machine that you haven't got a clue about and don't know how to use and go end up back on here in s*** asking for advice,
Take a step back do loads of research on what other guys are using and what would suit you needs or if you even need one at all.
Think your being a bit harsh there, Not all dealers.
I've bought a few different machines over the years, different manufacturers and the service has always been Very good in my experience.
 

Tom81

Well-Known Member
Think your being a bit harsh there, Not all dealers.
I've bought a few different machines over the years, different manufacturers and the service has always been Very good in my experience.
Agree could have worded it better not all dealers, I highly rate some,
some though are biased towards brands and the buyer with no experience ends up with the wrong machine,
Also they will sell you a machine regardless of your experience so you are taking their word for it hence get as much feedback from the guys that are using them and what type of machine for what type of job's.
 

Plasterers1StopShop

Private Member
Agree could have worded it better not all dealers, I highly rate some,
some though are biased towards brands and the buyer with no experience ends up with the wrong machine,
Also they will sell you a machine regardless of your experience so you are taking their word for it hence get as much feedback from the guys that are using them and what type of machine for what type of job's.
That’s why it’s good to not only shop around, but deal with companies who offer a range a specialise in what they do.

Each machine has its positives and negatives and not all machines suit requirements.

One of the main reasons we offer 4 different brands. We can pass on the advise, but ultimately, the customer can choose. Luckily we have a team at P1 who can also offer the support!
 

tapit

Well-Known Member
Agree could have worded it better not all dealers, I highly rate some,
some though are biased towards brands and the buyer with no experience ends up with the wrong machine,
Also they will sell you a machine regardless of your experience so you are taking their word for it hence get as much feedback from the guys that are using them and what type of machine for what type of job's.
I agree 100% Tom. A dealer is only interested in selling you THEIR machine or machines and the bottom line is more important than what the customer actually wants or needs.
 

Elite exteriors

New Member
Hi there
I am a plasterer who has only ever hand applied k rend and I get on really well with it......but..... I want to advance into using the pump/spray method..... I have no idea where to go to use or buy one...
Any advice on this would be brilliant
Thankyou
My advice would be to get some experience with someone that uses them first they are brilliant and make rendering easy but you need to know the machines you need to know what or why something is happening It can go wrong really fast with no experience
 

Vincey

Private Member
I got a ritmo m second hand and was very lucky to get loads of help from some top members on here,
It’s been great for small jobs which is all I do
 
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