Re render

Jono1829

New Member
Hi all ,just wondering we've recently had the exterior of our house rendered as the bricks where starting to blow. the company didn't use a base coat, they only put on one coat of weber monacuche straight on to the walls. they did put meshing around the stress points ie windows etc is this the correct procedure?
 

Tramp

Well-Known Member
Hi all ,just wondering we've recently had the exterior of our house rendered as the bricks where starting to blow. the company didn't use a base coat, they only put on one coat of weber monacuche straight on to the walls. they did put meshing around the stress points ie windows etc is this the correct procedure?
If you wasn't sure why did you let em complete the house? Why not pull em up about it? Are you a fanny?
 

Dollar

Well-Known Member
Hi all ,just wondering we've recently had the exterior of our house rendered as the bricks where starting to blow. the company didn't use a base coat, they only put on one coat of weber monacuche straight on to the walls. they did put meshing around the stress points ie windows etc is this the correct procedure?
Wrong /unfortunately .too many clowns in the render game ....
 

Stevieo

Royal Spin Doctor
Hi all ,just wondering we've recently had the exterior of our house rendered as the bricks where starting to blow. the company didn't use a base coat, they only put on one coat of weber monacuche straight on to the walls. they did put meshing around the stress points ie windows etc is this the correct procedure?
Bit late for asking now, isn't it?
 
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