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Wall Rendering in Liverpool

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Wall surface Rendering look attractive and also make a house look its best.

 

To make certain the continued protection of these walls, providing is commonly needed and it's excellent at stopping weather damage to the brickwork. Without making, wall surfaces might only last between 5 as well as 10 years before they start to damage.

With wall surface rendering, not just do you make sure a structure's strength, yet the wall surfaces will certainly be much more appealing also as well as less complicated to repaint. Naturally, you'll have further protection versus natural environments as well.

And in today's globe you don't need to wait till the summer season to have actually wall providing executed. New developments suggest that the drying out procedure is now much quicker.

  • Enhanced water resistance
  • Simplicity of application
  • Shades as well as designs
  • Cheaper expense

 

Providing your wall surfaces has actually never ever been cheaper as well as expert attention won't cost a fortune. With boosted life span, the less expensive prices make providing much more budget-friendly.

 

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Average Wall rendering cost in Liverpool

The regular cost of Wall rendering is £5000. Costs vary based on the materials and the company chosen. The upper price range can be as high as £5750. The material costs are normally about £1250

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Prices based on actual Wall rendering costs for Liverpool, as reported by local Quotatis members.

Wall rendering installation cost in Liverpool 2022

Labour cost £3,500
Material cost £1,250
Waste removal £250
Time frame: 1-4 days

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Wall rendering Projects in Liverpool in April 2022

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Wall rendering searches in cities and towns near Liverpool April 2022

Liverpool

Liverpool is amongst the main cities in the UK and is found on the eastern side of the Mersey Estuary. It provides a population of 445,000 and it is made famous for quite a few reasons; such as the two Premier League football teams Liverpool and Everton, and its iconic port. There is also a rising popularity in the city's universities. Liverpool has benefitted from urbanisation and development in recent years and houses range from traditional to modern day.

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Wall rendering pros in Liverpool

Spraytex Exteriors

2 review(s)
Based: in Pudsey, LS28 5UJ

Exterior rendering and wall coating specialists. We carry out all exterior rendering and exterior wall coating works for the outside of your property. All our work comes with a 15 year insurance backed guarantee which a lot of builders cannot offer. ...

Latest review

J., LS23
4

Building work | Wall Rendering in Wetherby

No problem at present waiting for sale to go through then will decide.

BAMM HUB LTD

7 review(s)
Based: in Ramsbottom, BL0 9BJ

Latest review

Graham G., DY12
5

Building work | Wall Rendering in Bewdley

Decided not to go this route, to expensive.

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15 May

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L23

Enquiry from: Jonny D

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Hi there, Hi there, do you cover the Crosby area? Hoping for a quote to render crica 15m2 of engineering brick on the outside of a new extension. Cheers, Jonny

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11 May

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L17

Enquiry from: Katie M

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I have a tenant with a crack on the external wall. This is causing water ingress. Can I please arrange a survey and quote to repair?

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09 May

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L9

Enquiry from: Alex B

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hello i wonder if i could ask for a quote on cracked and blown render on an exterior back wall of a property i'm buying inaintree. the home survey has picked it up as a less serious issue but understa...

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07 May

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L36

Enquiry from: Daniel B

Start Date: Immediate

Front of house rendering. Removal of tiles and rain cover.

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05 May

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L15

Enquiry from: Alex F

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the external rendering at the front of our house has completely fallen down so now the wooden beams underneath are completely exposed. i have pictures if you have an email address? are you the propert...

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03 May

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L9

Enquiry from: Annette M

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A quote for render to the gable end and back of my property please

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27 Apr

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L13

Enquiry from: Brian M

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need rendering repaired or replaced. looking for quote please. not available for contact till after 3.30. cheers are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace how many bedro...

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26 Apr

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L11

Enquiry from: Richard B

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the front of the house rendering. and the hall and landing skimmed. plus 1 bedroom property type: terrace how many walls are you looking to have rendered: 1 wall are you the property owner: owner of t...

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26 Apr

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L9

Enquiry from: Steven F

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hi be great you message me cannot use phone in work. i looking for a quote to get old render removed and then re-rendered. thanks ste are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: t...

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25 Apr

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L9

Enquiry from: Ron H

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Hi do you offer rendering with external wall insulation boards?

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25 Apr

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L13

Enquiry from: Maria V

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i would like a quote for rendering end of terrace house or wall coating. some repointing could be needed. thanks are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached how many...

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19 Apr

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L19

Enquiry from: Helen H

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hi, i am in the process of purchasing a propertyhttps://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/116801063#/?channel=res_buy which needs render removing and replacing and looking for an idea of cost. it is a 4 ...

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09 Apr

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L36

Enquiry from: Liam T

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we are looking at purchasing a property at the address given above and we’re just enquiry about the price of silicone rendering on 2 external walls on an end terraced house are you the property owne...

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08 Apr

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L11

Enquiry from: Karl F

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i’m looking to get the rear wall on my house pebbledashed to match the side and front……….then all 3 walls painted are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached...

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07 Apr

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L21

Enquiry from: Andrew T

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replacement of old render, pointing or brickwork, replace gutters/drainpipes, some timber boards replacement. 1920's semi detached house. are you the property owner: relative of owner property type:...

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03 Apr

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L26

Enquiry from: Ricky W

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Price to render front of garage thanks

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24 Mar

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L25

Enquiry from: Emma L

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Rendering of new single storey extension

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04 Aug

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L4

Enquiry from: Paul S

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silicon render front, back , bottom of conservatory and possible side entry. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: terrace how many bedrooms do you have: 3-4 bedrooms how ma...

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26 Feb

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L8

Enquiry from: Richard L

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we have a redbrick wall outside that needs rendering light grey total just under 60m squared. we would also like to put a line of fencing roug*** high just above this (20-30m depending on which secti...

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11 Feb

Building work | Wall Rendering

Liverpool - L4

Enquiry from: Erica C

Start Date: Immediate

Wall rendering Lead

Customer needs some external wall rendering at the side of her property. Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Terrace How many bedrooms do you have: 3-4 Bedrooms How many ...

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FAQs

how thick should render be on external wall?

Render serves two basic functions. One is it’s protective qualities as render acts as waterproof for the wall which enables them breathe by allowing water vapour move from the inside to the outside of the structure while also working to prevent water or rain from finding its way inside the structure. While the second function is the decorative qualities as render is able to provide the structure with a fine finish and colour to make the building a lot more appealing and correcting faults in line and level in the masonry.

If you wish to apply render on your external wall, you’d probably be wondering just how thick the render should be to perfectly serve both of functions. In this article, we’re going to take a look at just that!

For a render thickness, the British Standard Wind Driven Rain Index has come up with 4 ratings which include Sheltered, Moderate, Severe as well as Very Severe. An area with Very Severe rating include South West England. This rating implies that the thickness of the render in this area should be increased to at least 20mm for a direct one coat render applications as well as 5 to 6 external wall insulation base coat applications. And if you happen to reside within one mile of the coast, it’s strongly recommended you incorporate an extra repellent protection like Paraguard AG from Parex.

In general, render that’s prepared on site with cement and sand should be have a minimum of 20mm to 25mm thickness. Although, it should be noted that the quality of the render is based on quality of the sand incorporated, the design mix as well as being largely dependent on how good the mixing technique from the applicator is. The most common reasons why traditional renders fails is due to both poor mixing ratios and low quality materials used.

how much to re render a house?

Rendering of a house is one of those projects that can greatly improve the visual appeal of your home, enhance it’s energy efficiency, protect the brickwork from the elements and ultimately, add value to your home. Generally, the cost of rendering a house normally costs within the range of £25 to £70 per metre square, while the average cost house rendering costs stands at about £40 per square metre. Therefore, a 3 bedroom semi detached house will cost within the range of £4000 to about £5000.

The total cost of rendering a house is determined by a wide range of factors. These factors includes the following:

✓ Type of the rendering. There are three main types of rendering which includes sand and cement rendering, monocouche rendering as well as acrylic or silicone rendering. However, re-rendering applies to sand and cement sooner and it’ll also have to be painted every 3 to 6 years. Consequently, longer term cost can be higher when compared to the other types.

✓ Ease of access. Where your contractor will have to work around obstacles like shrubs or conservatory, this can make the cost a bit higher as it’ll take longer time to complete.

✓ Prep work. If the contractor needs to fill some cracks or perhaps an old mortar requires tuck pointing before rendering can be started, this will also affect the cost.

✓ Scaffolding. In the event whereby the job requires the use of scaffolding and you’ll have to hire one as a different cost, then the price will be higher.

✓ Your location. Due to the high standards of living and higher demands in areas like London or the Southeast, prices in these regions are usually higher than that of the other regions like Midlands and North.

how to render a wall?

Wall rendering is basically a process which involves the application of sand, cement or polymer covering to a home’s exterior in such a way that enhances its look while also offering an improved stability. The process is a perfect solution for several exterior concerns mainly due to the support its able to provide. It’s highly beneficial for older homes whose walls may suffer from poor quality because of wear over time, while it’s also greatly advantageous for newer homes as it increases their stability while also enhancing their visual appeal.

Knowing how to apply render is a great skill to have with your home’s upkeep in mind. The project can be done quite easily by any competent and confident DIYer. However if you lack any of those attributes, then we’d recommend you get in touch with a reliable professional for help. In this article, we’ll take you through the wall rendering process.

✓ Prepare the walls. This involves examining the wall, repairing any structural defects as well as stabilizing any movements to prevent the render finish from failing.

✓ External details. This includes the removal of bargeboards, rainwater, soil pipes, alarm boxes and all other external details.

✓ Insulation. In the event whereby external wall insulation is to be fitted, this is the stage to do so.

✓ Developing a foundation for the render to fix to. Apply a render mesh over the insulation, bedded into the first base coat layer of render.

✓ Building up the render.

✓ Render finishes. There are a wide range of colour options as well as various finishes available from very smooth to textured. However, you should note that thin coat render systems are usually designed to be self coloured.

✓ Final finishes. This involves the re-application of the external rainwater, soil pipes and the other external details.

do i need planning permission to render my house?

If you’re considering rendering your house or property, then you’d most likely want to know whether or not applying for a planning permission will be needed. In several cases, planning permission will not be required for the maintenance, repair as well as replacement of the existing render on your building. These activities are covered by what’s called “Permitted Development Rights, which allows you to carry out some activities without having to apply for a planning permission but always subject to following some strict guidelines. For rendering, as long as the material (render) possesses an identical appearance to those existing on the house as well as same colour, then you will not require a planning permission. However, there are a number of projects that have been highlighted in which a planning permission would be required. These includes the following:

✓ Re-rendering in a colour that different from the original one used on the house or building.

✓ Rendering over brickwork which was not originally covered.

✓ Rendering over pebbledash

✓ Removing pebbledash and replacing it with render.

Another exception to the Permitted Development rights are for houses in conservation areas, national parks or areas of outstanding national beauty.

Although, you wouldn’t normally require to submit a planning application for approval before you apply render, but in truth it’s actually a bit of a grey area which isn’t totally clear and doesn’t allow for much freedom or creativity. And due to this fact, homeowners who wants an absolute peace of mind may opt to apply for planning permission just in case. It’s also worth noting that whether or not a planning permission is required, a huge rendering work will need to comply with building regulations which includes the need to insulate walls on the inside or outside as part of the work on several older properties .

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