House rendering in Brisbane is a lot more fun than it used to be. Thanks to modern materials and advanced ways of application, there are more adaptable external finishes than you might think at first. We’ll get into the different ways you can explore various style options to showcase its versatility. You can use rendering as a renovation project that will result in something inspiring. Here are a couple of ways to use render in clever, creative ways. We already have a short inspiration guide for your consideration but we’ll discuss the latest trends below.
Partially rendered renovations or a mix of styles
While rendering is a cost-effective way to refresh the exterior walls of your home, it can be expensive to carry out on the entire home. When it comes to how much it costs to render, professional rendering specialists usually charge per square metre. You should consider partially rendering critical areas of your home instead of the entire surface area to give it a fresh, contemporary look and to save on costs. Maybe consider rendering parts of your home while leaving some traditional surfacing, like pebble dash or brickwork, somewhat exposed in certain areas. This creates a striking contrast between the new white walls and the old surfaces. This works fabulously for homes that have ageing walls, especially traditional ones with plenty of special detailing but need an additional aspect to freshen them up. You don’t always have to resort to a completely plain white overhaul, we can explore combining types and finishes if you work with local rendering specialists.
White vs off-white
Rendering can be applied in the typical brilliantly white finish that is timelessly dazzling. However, not everyone resonates with this clinical approach to your home’s exterior and there are warmer alternatives. Rendering can also be applied in softer, warmer hues can be considered. It is possible to put colour in your render. If that isn’t your preferred route, it is also very possible to paint over your rendering. You will have to account for the additional cost but we have a handy paint over render tool to help you get an estimated figure.
Using rendering as a feature item in your home
Rendering can also be used as a texturizing element for exterior areas of your home. We can render a particular wall, an outdoor entertainment area or maybe add rendering to the area around the barbecue. The fun thing about this approach is that it takes into account your personal preferences. Convention and trends are always a good starting point, but we encourage everyone to remember their personal preference. If rendering your entire home isn’t an option, you should consider what else can be done. Give us a call and we can discuss everything possible and more.
Why rendering is a stylish and functional option for renovations projects?
Protects your investment and property value
Other than the stylish qualities of rendering, it’s also important to consider the long-term advantages. Rendering is a home improvement strategy that is effective in maintaining your home or building. By rendering your exterior walls, interior walls, fences or retaining walls, you add a layer of protection and increase their longevity. High-quality rendering will be more resistant to cracks, wear, and tear. This is also a smart way to increase its value for future sale. Beneficial and high-quality home renovations and improvements can always attract a higher price than homes that require work to be done. By strengthening the exterior walls of your property, you are also reassuring future owners that the building will maintain its durability for many years to come if they were to become the new owners.
Choose us for professional home rendering
You should only use a licensed professional when it comes to rendering your home. This is the best way to ensure that you benefit from an application that is stylish and long-lasting. Rapid Rendering also has technicians that are fully insured which is a show of good faith to all of our clients that we care about protecting them. The experienced team at Rapid Rendering in Brisbane can provide a wide range of rendering services from installation to maintenance. You can contact us for acrylic render, cement renders, and more. The work may be lawfully covered by insurance following Queensland Building and Construction Commission guidelines. Get in touch with us today via 1300 590 526 and get the best renderers in Logan, Ipswich, Gold Coast and South Brisbane.