How to Transform Interior Walls With Cement Rendering
Rendering for interior walls has been around for a very long time and they even precede the plasterboards. In the old days of course, rendering was done with mud. This was followed by cement in rendering and then, in the more recent times, acrylic rendering. However, for decades, rendering has been thrown into the backburner when it comes to the interior treatment for walls by Australian homeowners. Many opted for plastering followed by a professional paint job. In the recent years, however, rendering has been seeing something of a resurgence as a wall treatment option. Cement render Cairns at Quickwall is now being chosen as a preferred wall treatment option by many Cairns residents.
The main difference between rendering and wall painting is that you are able to incorporate some texture as well as depth when it comes to the render application. If you choose a professional rendering solution such as cement render Cairns at Quickwall, you can choose from varied stylish options that will transform the look of your interiors.
With a skilled renderer by your side, you will be able to achieve various effects in your house interiors. These include the following…
Get a rough texture that also comes with bright colours on a feature wall in the home
You can achieve the natural concrete render with a modern or minimalist appearance
With special coloured render materials as well as unique trowelling methods, you can get a unique mudbrick appearance
Renderers generally use a variety of tools in order to apply the render including sponges, trowels and trowels. With the right skills and tools, it is possible to achieve a unique rendered walls that can have the appearance of the natural concrete. You can also choose to have a single solid colour or create subtle colour variations for something antiquated.
Choosing the Right Centre
In the past few decades, render has mainly been a mixture of lime, sand and cement. The traditional render generally takes a long time to dry out, typically 28 days and it is not fully waterproof. However, with more modern rendering techniques such as acrylic render which is a mix of cement and some polymer, it is possible to get a desirable render that is smooth and dries faster and which is also more flexible, waterproof and with adhesive properties. The acrylic render will dry in only two days which is a huge advantage over the traditional render.
Although you can apply render as a DIY project, it is generally advisable to hire a professional rendering company that has the right texturing and painting expertise to offer you flawless finishes. Thanks to their unique appearance, they are often used as feature walls in most homes and for the best finishes, hire a professional to do the job for you.