What is Cemintel?
CSR Cemintel provides a complete range of lightweight fibre cement systems including external facades, internal linings, flooring and ceiling systems. We provide a range of lightweight, durable building materials across residential and commercial applications.
What is Cemintel cladding?
Panels are manufactured in Australia utilising a full steels process and are clean and smooth, providing a better painted finish. The panels are very easy to install with traditional nail-on-frame methods, as well as an option for a drained cavity cladding solution.
What is sheet cladding?
Cladding is the application of one material over another to provide a skin or layer. ... Cladding can be made of any of a wide range of materials including wood, metal, brick, vinyl, and composite materials that can include aluminium, wood, blends of cement and recycled polystyrene, wheat/rice straw fibres.
How much does rendering cost UK?
How Much Does It Cost To Render a House?
|Garden wall (5m²)||£200 to £550||1 to 2 days|
|2 bedroom bungalow||£2,500 to £3,500||4 to 6 days|
|3 bedroom semi-detached house||£4,200 to £5,500||6 to 9 days|
|4 bedroom detached house||£6,700 to £8,300||7 to 14 days|
How much is rendering per sqm UK?
Price per square metre – South: £60-75, Midlands: £50-60, North: £45-60 (silicone is more expensive than acrylic by around £1-2 per metre squared). Single-layer render, produced by big-name companies.
Does rendering cause damp?
Small cracks in the render can lead to penetrating damp This build-up of stagnant moisture will eventually soak into the brickwork/masonry and can lead to penetrating damp within the internal wall.
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