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Rendering and Plastering

We specialise in all aspects of plastering and rendering, including external wall insulation, new builds to refurbishments and restoration using modern and traditional methods, materials and craftsmanship.

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Cost effective Rendering and Plastering

Plastering and rendering are both the process of covering walls. The main difference in the two practices is that plastering refers to coating the interior walls, whilst rendering is the coating of exterior walls. The major distinction between plastering and rendering is the strength of the materials used in each. Nonetheless plaster and render are both made from the same building materials including, cement, sand, water and lime gypsum

Internal Work:

We use building methods such as; dry-lining, rendering, plaster-boarding and metal framework to create a surface ready for plaster application. We achieve a high quality plaster finish on all surfaces using varying products such as multi finish, one coat or traditional lime plasters. Finishes range from the clean sharp modern look to the more traditional curves and rounds.

Internal plastering work covers;

  • Ceilings
  • Walls
  • Lath and plaster
  • Dot and dab

 

External Work:

We use a range of different products to create a beautiful finish to the external of a property. These consist of k rend; a more modern self-coloured render with no need to paint which can offer a fantastic look to the build. Lime render; used where needed on older buildings and cottages to allow the property to breath and meet conservation restrictions. Sand and cement render; the standard modern finish which gives a crisp look to the finish of a building.

External rendered walls and ceilings work covers;

  • Traditional sand and cement
  • Coloured renders
  • French lime (St Astor)
  • K-Rend
  • Weber Monocouche
  • Manufacturers guarantees supplied

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If you have any doubts of your cavity wall ties or think your property has any issues, contacting our remove qualified expert’s to inspect your property can be beneficial to inspect the extent of the problem as well as recommend the best course of action for you. Delaying any form of treatment can make a problem a lot worse and lead to much bigger problems.

Working with you every step of the way

Our friendly, professional service ensures you understand the cause of the problem and the best way to save your property from any further damage.

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Inspect

Our experts conduct a visual inspection using cameras to identify any serious issues with your wall ties, producing images so you can see the problem for yourself.

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Recommend

Our experts conduct a visual inspection using cameras to identify any serious issues with your wall ties, producing images so you can see the problem for yourself.

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Install

Our experts conduct a visual inspection using cameras to identify any serious issues with your wall ties, producing images so you can see the problem for yourself.

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Isolate

Our experts conduct a visual inspection using cameras to identify any serious issues with your wall ties, producing images so you can see the problem for yourself.

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Uncompromising service

Mrs K Smith, Swansea

Complete Remedial Solutions did a great job. The whole team was tidy and professional, explaining every step of the process. Thanks to you, our home is dry and warm again. No signs of mould returning.

Mrs Adams Bridgend

Delighted that CRS have sorted out my home! Excellent service and professionalism. Many thanks to the team.

John Lowes, Llantrisant

"I am extremely pleased remedial service that CRS provided back in January. They were efficient and courteous. No more damp walls!"

Miss A Daniels, Hereford

"A polite, helpful team who went the extra mile to remove all of the faulty insulation, which was causing us a lot of problems. Once we called Complete Remedial Solutions we knew you were experts who would take care of it and you did just that. Can’t thank you enough for restoring our home and taking all the stress away."

Frequently Asked Questions

Our team is just a click away if you need any advice about wall ties, but here are some answers to the questions our customers ask most.

Almost all cavity walls have wall ties in them. This is because the external skin of a cavity wall is very thin in relation to its height (the slenderness ratio). This means that under wind loads it could bulge or just fall over! The wall ties bridge the cavity, transferring the strength of the inner load bearing leaf, to the thin outer leaf.

If left, corroded wall ties can expand to eight times their original size. This expansion means the metal can push the brickwork apart causing serious cracks in the walls of your property. Our team of experienced professionals will isolate corroded ties to prevent further damage to your home, offering you valuable peace of mind.

The best way to see if you have a problem is to have an experienced professional come to inspect your property. Some of the signs of cavity wall ties that might need replacing are horizontal cracks, which are caused by the expansion of corroded wall ties. In addition, bulging brickwork could mean some wall ties have snapped, due to corrosion. This can make your property unstable and needs to be attended to quickly. Our professional team will provide you with photographic images so you can see the damage for yourself.

In some cases, only some of the wall ties need replacing. The only way to be sure is to have an inspection done, but if you have an older property there could be an increased risk of corrosion or failed wall ties. We can come an have a look and put your mind at ease.

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