Weber rendering job...would you be happy with this?

minwah

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Hi all, first time post, hope it's ok to just ask for some advice...

Had some monocouche rendering done and it's turned out patchy, with some paler patches and inconsistent texture. Not really happy with it.

The chap that did it said he could paint over it which would make the colour consistent but I'm sure it won't hide the inconsistencies in the texture.

I found a few other similar examples here and the solution recommended seems to be to apply a textured thin coat render over the top. I'm not sure I'd want the same guy to do it though...

Just wanted to check I'm not expecting too much, would you be happy with it? Picture shows the worst area.

Many thanks.
 

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I’d be over the moon but should see some of my ex’s I’m quite happily pleased if it’s got legs il f**k it! No offence to paraplegic
 
Hi all, first time post, hope it's ok to just ask for some advice...

Had some monocouche rendering done and it's turned out patchy, with some paler patches and inconsistent texture. Not really happy with it.

The chap that did it said he could paint over it which would make the colour consistent but I'm sure it won't hide the inconsistencies in the texture.

I found a few other similar examples here and the solution recommended seems to be to apply a textured thin coat render over the top. I'm not sure I'd want the same guy to do it though...

Just wanted to check I'm not expecting too much, would you be happy with it? Picture shows the worst area.

Many thanks.


Think we need a new category page @Danny , there's going to be s**t loads more of this.



@minwah Thin coat will sort the texture out, not the inconsistent s**t render though. Bumpy as f**k. Look at sill line.

Cheap price?
 
Hi all, first time post, hope it's ok to just ask for some advice...

Had some monocouche rendering done and it's turned out patchy, with some paler patches and inconsistent texture. Not really happy with it.

The chap that did it said he could paint over it which would make the colour consistent but I'm sure it won't hide the inconsistencies in the texture.

I found a few other similar examples here and the solution recommended seems to be to apply a textured thin coat render over the top. I'm not sure I'd want the same guy to do it though...

Just wanted to check I'm not expecting too much, would you be happy with it? Picture shows the worst area.

Many thanks.
Should look like this this is weber pral m
2016-08-18 11.43.41.jpg
 
@minwah Thin coat will sort the texture out, not the inconsistent s**t render though. Bumpy as f**k. Look at sill line.

Cheap price?

It's not too noticeable until you look at the sills but you're right. There's a small patch on the opposite side where you can see the mesh because the render isn't thick enough.

Can anything be done about that or am I stuck with it?
 
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