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Yes, of course, render can be used on more than just your home’s exterior walls. Some internal walls can benefit from a coat or two. You can use it to add a bit of design flair by creating a feature wall or updating old internal brickwork. But it’s not for all and most people only prefer to have rendering done to the exterior of their house.
This is one of the most exciting features of rendering. All the money that you put into a rendered house project will come back to you because it increases the resale value. Naturally, a house with a newly installed, well-looked after, and modern look would be more appealing on the market than those with imperfect brickwork or uneven walls. Rendering also increases the life of your home because it protects it from the weather and general wear and tears over the years. It works as an additional layer of insulation and effectively stops dampness and moisture from seeping into the walls. All this protection can add years to your home.
You can customize your render by investing in types that come pre-coloured or add some colour by painting it. Painting over render on your home is an excellent addition to the layers of protection on your walls. You will have to wait some time for the render to cure and set after it is applied before painting over it. This can be anywhere from a couple of weeks to a month, depending on what the weather is like in your area.