Pick Stallion Rendering when you want great rendering work in Liverpool. We handle issues like weak materials and dodgy work, so you’ll be satisfied. Our talented team uses only the best materials, giving you a smooth and easy rendering experience. Rely on Stallion Rendering’s customer-friendly approach for standout results that make your property shine.
A durable mix of cement, sand, and water, suitable for both interior and exterior surfaces, with smooth or textured finishes
Flexible and crack-resistant rendering with a variety of colors and textures, can be applied over different substrates
Breathable and flexible, perfect for older buildings and restoration projects, allowing moisture to evaporat
Single-coat, colored rendering with weather resistance and various textures, requiring low maintenance.
Water-repellent thin-coat render with excellent breathability, available in many colors and resistant to algae and mold
Combines insulation materials with a render finish, improving thermal performance and compatible with various render types
There are various types of render, including lime render, cement render, silicone render, monocouche render, acrylic render, and external wall insulation. Each type offers unique finishes and characteristics to suit your specific needs and preferences.
Planning permission is not typically required for rendering unless your property is in a conservation area or is a listed building. However, it’s always a good idea to check with your local council to be sure of the specific regulations in your area.
External wall insulation can be combined with rendering to improve your home’s energy efficiency and thermal performance. Insulation materials are applied to the exterior walls and then covered with a suitable render finish, such as silicone, acrylic, or cement render.
Yes, you can render walls on a terrace or period property, but it’s essential to choose the right type of render to suit the property’s style and age. Lime render is often recommended for older properties, as it’s breathable and provides flexibility to accommodate the natural movement of the building.
The maintenance needed for render finishes varies depending on the type of render used. Some modern renders, such as silicone and acrylic, are low-maintenance and self-cleaning, while others like cement and lime render may require repainting or additional care. It’s essential to consider the upkeep when selecting a render finish for your home.
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