Painting walls is a useful skill. Also, knowing exactly when your home will need painting and how much will it cost will be even better. With this knowledge, you can always book any painter, well ahead of spring season, which […]
Painting walls is a useful skill. Also, knowing exactly when your home will need painting and how much will it cost will be even better. With this knowledge, you can always book any painter, well ahead of spring season, which is very good time to paint, due to better weather.
You can really increase value of your property by improving your home’s exterior and with new render, you can achieve this in a very cost-effective way. Any visitor will always notice your home’s exterior first, and so is any potential buyers of your home.
Therefore, ensure that your home has maximum attractive look possible, particularly if your present exterior is in a very poor condition.
Zaks Render may be cement and sand or any flexible polymer modified render, meant for homes having solid walls. This kind of render can always hide any mismatched or poor-quality brickwork on any old properties, and make it appear like finish of any modern home.
Following are step by step procedure that you can adopt for painting your wall.
- Select your finish
By doing the rendering you can get smooth finish on your wall or more than one texture, hence you must select your finish before taking your decision.
With different textures, your patterns will look different and it can make difference by choosing the type of your render material too.
- Prepare your walls
Take little time to ensure that all your walls are fully ready for rendering, before you start. Examine your walls carefully to check that they are completely free from any problem or damage. You can make all these disappear by applying render overtop.
- Handle all its external features
Few other areas also need attention are the features around the home that may impact all your exterior walls. Draining pipes, vents and window sills must be worked out very carefully during the application.
- Lay the foundation
To make your render properly stick to the walls, you must use render mesh. This type of material is typically made up by using flexible fibreglass material that is embedded into first layer of the render.
It can provide support to render, so that it can prevent from cracking.
- Build up all your work
You can mix up sufficient render for allowing you to cover section of wall having natural stopping areas. This can offer you best appearance on any large flat wall, because it may appear to be totally seamless.
- Finish it off
Use any long straight edge for levelling it out, after you allow the render to become firm. This will offer you the necessary base that you require for future coats. Also, it can help you to finally finish it off.
- Final touches
After having applied the render completely, it needs to be dried for a solid finish. Then, you may reinstall any piping that was taken down while your work was completed.
Few other external features, which were removed, can be added back too, if you like such as decoration or house numbers etc.