Plastering

#1
Hi there I’ve got to plaster a house that’s made out of nudura blocks the customer wants monocouche render on it . Do I have to put a base coat on it first with mesh in it then scratch it .as I’ve not plastered on nudura before.
 

John j

Well-Known Member
#3
I would anyway . But know nothing
 
#13
Be good to get after photos! Hope you get watered and fed, I always go out of my way to ensure trades are looked after

It started like that for me with the inlaws, started with a new wooden floor as they are getting on a bit and wanted something stable, ended up being a whole kitchen refit, new rads throughout the house, new central heating, new flooring upstairs, new bathroom refit, shed replacements (x4) and laying artificial grass

how much did I charge? nothing, because they are wonderful people :love:

I only popped round to put a picture up :D

Got a whole house like it mate.
 

ChrispyUK

Well-Known Member
#17
Be good to get after photos! Hope you get watered and fed, I always go out of my way to ensure trades are looked after

It started like that for me with the inlaws, started with a new wooden floor as they are getting on a bit and wanted something stable, ended up being a whole kitchen refit, new rads throughout the house, new central heating, new flooring upstairs, new bathroom refit, shed replacements (x4) and laying artificial grass

how much did I charge? nothing, because they are wonderful people :love:
Was joking about putting a pic up. :D

Just a house refurb I've got on at mo mate.


Bloody hailing here now...damm you @vfr12 :D
 

owls

Private Member
#18
Hi there I’ve got to plaster a house that’s made out of nudura blocks the customer wants monocouche render on it . Do I have to put a base coat on it first with mesh in it then scratch it .as I’ve not plastered on nudura before.
Nudura is an icf system, rasping as said but also there may be some belly’s in it, as the concrete goes in at 90 slump.There’s a bit to it really you can just render straight over it.
But it wants an adhesive first such as maitie or sm700 meshed, then your mono, it’s something a tad different so I’d get a spec off a manufacturer prior.