Kenmore Brick House Project

  • first wall ready to be rendered

    Brick wall ready to be rendered

  • acrylic rendering for brick house

    render applied to brick house

  • nice and straight windows

    nice and straight windows

  • we get in to all corners with the mix

    Rendering gets into all corners

  • house wall 3 prepared for rendering

    house wall number 3 is being prepared

  • acrylic render applied with sponge finish

    acrylic render applied with sponge finish

  • house wall before rendering is applied

    house wall before rendering is applied

  • two rendered walls meet

    two rendered walls meet

  • front of house finished

    front of house finished

  • charlie and sons always cleans up

    charlie and sons always cleans up

  • house nearly completed

    house nearly completed

  • external wall 6 is ready to be rendered

    external wall 6 is ready to be rendered

  • Front corners with plastic beads

    Front corners with plastic beads

  • house wall 5 being prepared

    house wall 5 being prepared

  • completed walls

    completed walls

  • perfect corners

    perfect corners

  • important weep holes

    important weep holes

  • two major walls completed

    two major walls completed

Double story Project

Our client in Brisbane (Kenmore) used our services to have the bricks rendered with acrylic skim render mix.

We enjoy working on these type of houses as we have plenty of access and client is happy to put up a little mess for a few days.

 

We worked hard over 1,5 weeks to have the project completed. With double story houses like this, we use our MAI rendering pump to help us complete the job within our timeline.  Read more about the rendering pumps we are using.

The job is similar to many others in the way that we go through many of the same steps. We start with preparing the house by hanging plastic corners, covering the windows and other parts of the house that can be hard to clean up. We then go on to splash the walls before we start rendering. Splashing the walls is something not many companies do any longer and it gives the rendering a better surface to stick to and will make it last longer.

Main steps for the project

  • Bag rendering mix
  • Splash the walls, preparing to spray pump
  • Applies 1 thick coat with the pump
  • We screed the walls
  • Patched the walls
  • We screed again
  • We float the walls
  • Finish with sponge to give it the nice texture

Keep reading about other projects we have completed.

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