Because cement is intolerant to certain conditions during the early stages of its hydration, an effect called lime bloom can occur.
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Ghosting is an effect where an outline of the blockwork is visible through render. This is a result of penetrating dampness from the underlying masonry.
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Halo's rings, or snakes, are rings of a lighter colour which occur during the render scraping process as a result of improper render application.
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Best practice advice on the finishing of weberend LAC prior to application of weberplast TF or webersil TF.
About finishing weberend LAC →
Advice on maintaining our weberpral monocouche products — a range of low-maintenance, cementitious, through-coloured renders.
Maintaining through-coloured renders →
Miss marks occur when laitance is not removed from the render uniformly at the scraping stage.
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There's a wide range of machinery available for pumping renders when a rough cast finish is desired.
How to achieve a pumped roughcast finish →
Weber classifies contractors into two categories: Recognised and Recommended.
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It's important that the final finish of render is uniform and flawless — a number of factors can influence the final cured shade of a mortar mix.
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Advice for carrying out repairs to weberpral monocouche render:
Repairing weberpral monocouche →
Weber do not advise rendering over existing renders as there is a high potential for cracking or debonding, but we offer some advice on potential solutions.
About rendering over existing render and painted background →
weberend aid is designed as a stipple pre-treatment for substrates.
About using weberend aid →
As the seasons change, weather can cause many challenges for rendering.
More about scraping monocouche →
Winter working conditions can cause a number of problems with rendering and working onsite.
About working in winter →
Hot weather means rapid drying conditions, which can impact negatively on freshly rendered elevations.
About working in hot weather →
Technical advice on rendering Redrow Heritage properties.
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Modern building practices sometimes mean several different substrates on the same project which require a matching finish.
Find out how to achieve the perfect finish →
Advice on applying webertherm M1, a component of the webertherm XP external wall insulation system, to masonry backgrounds.
How to apply webertherm M1 onto masonry →
Advice on using weber standard meshcloth to reinforce monocouche renders.
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Advice on adequate stress relief in render around openings to avoid cracking.
Ensuring stress relief in render →
Advice on using and specifying weberend RB render-brick finish.
How to use and specify weberend RB →
Advice on best practice for fixing insulation boards.
More about fixing insulation boards →
Technical advice on the use of beads to form arises, features and stops.
More about using beads with render →
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