who do I get in for rendering?


Postby jmcd » Sat Jul 28, 2007 7:26 pm

I'd really like the outside of my house rendered (if that's the right thing to ask for that is!!)
Basically my house is all lumpy with some cracks in places..looks awful. A neighbour had theirs done recently. The blokes made all the walls smooth and I thought it looked great - but then they pebbledashed it! I'd like to get the pre-pebbledash look hopefully.
Being a single mum I don't want to get ripped off, so I want to ask for the right thing and know that I'm getting a fair price ! So who do I ring for the job (ie what bit in yellow pages!), what do I ask for and how much can I expect to pay?
Oh it's a fair size 1920's semi with an extension on the back.
Thanks loads !
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Postby martin497 » Wed Aug 01, 2007 4:17 pm

Hi,
A plasterer is who would render your house for you.
You can look under plasterers and screeders in the yellow pages, or even just phone a local builder as they will have a plasterer on board for sure.
Just say you want the outside of your house rendered, its a easy as that.!
As for price just get a couple of qoutes to make a comparison as everyone has different rates, just remember cheaper is not always better and you should ask for references from the plasterer or builder before agreeing to anything.
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Postby jmcd » Thu Aug 02, 2007 7:54 am

Thankyou !! I'll get out the yellow pages and hope for the best ! Much appreciate you replying !
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Postby thedoctor » Thu Aug 02, 2007 8:30 am

Go to our Locate a Specialist page on the website and look for a plasterer in the area you need. All the trades on that site have been thorughly vetted, have the correct insurances and come with refernces.
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Postby jmcd » Thu Aug 02, 2007 8:37 am

Thankyou doc! I think this site is excellent ! Very Useful !
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