Acrylic renderers apply the mix containing acrylic to waterproof the exterior of a structure. The containing can be applied on concrete, timber, fibre cement, and painted walls.
Rendering bagging is a lighter option compared to the traditional rendering method. The mixture of sand and cement is applied on the surface of the structure for protection.
Cement render is often applied to exterior walls as finishing touches. It may be painted or textured and also adds a layer of protection to the wall.
To finish the look of your construction, choose to have a smooth or textured surface according to preference. A contractor who has experience is essential to get professional rendering services to achieve the most satisfactory results for your structure. Primarily, the purpose of this technique is for aesthetics. A rendered facade appears more finished and polished which makes it almost a requirement for most infrastructures. In Australia, this method has grown popularity over the years due to its cosmetic appeal which makes the surface easy to work on prior to the application of finishes and paints and the increased fireproofing and waterproofing capabilities. Its main ingredients consist of lime, cement, and sand which are combined with bonding agents. The lime is used to prevent cracking after it has cured, the sand gives substance and the cement gives colour. Tinted ones can be mixed in as well for a more decorative finish. It will be applied to the interior and exterior of concrete or brick walls in thin coats that will be layered and smoothed to have a uniform, completed result. While some people do this task on their own, experts are required to get a premium outcome. Experienced renderers can also introduce you to modern methods such as using acrylic render to achieve higher quality properties.