Services
Rendering Express with 15 plus Years Expertise in Residential and Commercial Cement Rendering.
We Cover All Types Of Render And Services All Areas Around Melbourne.

Specialising in – Traditional Sand & Cement Rendering – Acrylic Render – Texture – Sand Finish – Stucco – Rough Cast – Concrete look – Bagging – Venetian – Marmorino – Velvet finish – Granosite – Lime stone – Polystyrene Cladding – Blue Board Cladding – Moulding Installation – Dodo – Scagliola- Rustic – pebble dash finish.

Fully Licensed And All Work Is Guaranteed.

Texture coating
Trowel on smooth finish : fine, medium, sand, coarse, scratch and Tuscan style finishes
Masking, taping, and cover
Applying Texture on base coated render
Floating up smooth finishes
Acratex Texture Paint Trowel on Can be chosen from Dulux, Unitex, Wattyl, Mac, JPS)
We can supply scaffolding if need it
Roll on: membrane protective coating or refreshing render
Supply & apply Roll on Texture (Weathershield, Acrashield, Membrane)
Masking, taping, and cover
We can supply scaffolding if need it
Applying on top of smooth finished rendered or textured walls

Acrylic Rendering
angle beads for corner and edges
Tape up, masking, cover
supply and apply 2 coat of acrylic render
Smoothing render polystyrene floating,
Making ready for texture paint
Acrylic Render Work : suitable for many surfaces such as Bricks , Concrete walls, Blue board, Hebel panel, Polystyrene foam, Painted brick walls, Old bagged walls

Cement Rendering
Cement Rendering is a big category in external and internal rendering. all type of render are cement based render ( cementitious render)
Good for levelling up the walls and base coating suitable for rough uneven walls

Old school Cement Rendering
Classic style Rendering suitable for rough walls
Sand & Cement and lime mix
Putting profiles for corners (no angel beats)
Putting string lines to the wall and mark points
Filling up prepared wall with cement render
Applying second coat smooth finish
Applying final texture colour

Stucco and Rough Cast Render
Stucco Rendering is splash finish (throw on
its also called pebble, dash finish has desired size crash rocks in mix
after the protection and covering
we throw the mix with, trowel, brush, or tool with air compressor depending the working area and sizes

Decorative Finishes and Solid Plastering
Decorative Finishes and Solid Plastering
Preparing the wall removing any excess dust and dirt from the wall. …
setting points or installing a profiles
Apply the mortar to the wall (between the points). …
Screeding the wall. & Checking the plaster is level. …
We don’t provide a white set top coat service..
Instead of white set top coating, we provide Concrete look render work
Concrete look render finishes: polished render : Venetian plaster, Dodo, Rustic, Glass face, patch & anchor, fairing coat render,

Lightweight Cladding and Render
Polesteryne Work : We ll make sure insulation paper already been installed. then we will supply and Install the foam panels, angle beads , fiberglass mesh (we will supply screws and washes with foam panels)
Masking, taping, and cover
Apply acrylic patch for base coat
Apply acrylic render and floating up
Apply trowel on texture finish (Final coat)

Exterior Painting
We provide top quality External painting
Guttering, eaves, weatherboards, exterior panels, and walls

Rendering Repairs
We will be cutting the cracks with an angle grinder, cleaning all the drummy parts from the wall then we will be filling with cement render patch or acra patch depending the existing wall
Why Does Render Crack On Walls?
Cracks appear in rendered walls of buildings because the ground actually moves, and the building actually moves, and with time and the wet/dry/wet/dry annual seasonal patterns, the ground swells-and-shrinks and the building settles somewhat unpredictably over the decades. The rendered walls don’t stretch, not worth-a-hoot. When the building moves, then one part of the foundation goes a bit up, down or sideways relative to another part, and then the render cracks Render crack repair is often done with various caulks or cement, and usually the crack opens up again. There are two reasons: The cement patch can’t stretch, and or the caulk did not stick. These have underlying them one common denominator: the building is still moving. Patching the crack did nothing to stabilize the foundation, or change the seasonal swelling-and-shrinkage of the ground. The crack is going to continue to open-and-close, and usually widens, on-the-average, as time goes by.
Furthermore, the crack movement usually exceeds the elastic limits of whatever-was-used to fill the crack, even if it was not cement.
That’s way Rendering Express here to help you all the time when you need it.
We can maintain your rendered walls with reasonable prices.
By using the best products, materials, and equipment the talented team at Rendering Express can refresh the appearance and quality of your properties exterior. Whether you are after cement, plaster, acrylic, or polystyrene rendering work our team of passionate and professional renderer will work closely with you to transform your house into a home. To learn more about our unmatched and competitively priced texture rendering services Melbourne residents from throughout the city are encouraged to contact us directly on 0413 425 148.
SUBURBS AND CITIES
SUBURBS
  • Attwood
  • Broadmeadows
  • Bulla
  • Campbellfield
  • Clarkefield
  • Coolaroo
  • Craigieburn
  • Dallas
  • Gladstone Park
  • Greenvale
  • Jacana
  • Kalkallo
  • Keilor
  • Meadow Heights
  • Melbourne Airport
  • Mickleham
  • Konagaderra Springs
  • Oaklands Junction
  • Oaklands Park
  • Roxburgh Park
  • Somerton
  • Sunbury
  • Jacksons Hill
  • Goonawarra
  • Tullamarine
  • Westmeadows
  • Wildwood
  • Yuroke
  • Brimbank
  • Albion
  • Ardeer
  • Cairnlea
  • Calder Park
  • Deer Park
  • Delahey
  • Derrimut
  • Kealba
  • Keilor
  • Keilor Downs
  • Keilor North
  • Keilor Park
  • Kings Park
  • St Albans
  • Sunshine
  • Sunshine North
  • Sunshine West
  • Sydenham
  • Taylors Lakes

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