27 Jun Finishing with textured plaster at an affordable price
We offer you the opportunity to discover such a finishing material as textured plaster, which has proven itself perfectly indoors and outdoors.
Our specialists use only high-quality finishing materials that level the surface and give it various textures and shapes, with high durability. In addition, you will be relieved of the need to visit hardware stores to purchase mixtures. Our company cooperates with partners who offer us materials at a wholesale price, at the same price, customers have the opportunity to purchase materials. You just need to evaluate the cost of facade plaster offered by retailers and our company in order to make the right choice.
Cost of work
The cost of any repair work consists of two elements – the cost of the work itself and the cost of purchasing materials. To determine the scope of work, the quantity and type of materials needed and the timing of the repair, our specialist visits the facility to take the necessary measurements. Also, in the process of communication with the client, all his wishes and expectations are taken into account, detailed consultations are provided.
Components of plaster
To understand how to make textured plaster, you need to know what it consists of. With this knowledge, our specialists can save you money when applying it.
The main components in any plaster are gypsum, cement and lime, which give mixtures knitting properties, and different materials act as fillers, from small fragments of marble to ordinary sand. After the mixture is divorced with water, the astringent characteristics of the materials are revealed and the plaster acquires the required strength.
What is textured plaster
Textured plaster-a viscous mass, often white, which has a heterogeneous composition and contains granules-fillers of various sizes. Plaster is resistant to external influences and high hardness. Thanks to the material, coatings with a rough structure and various granularity, a relief volume and a large palette of colors are created. The resulting surface can imitate any materials and even the lunar surface!
In this case, the imagination of designers has practically no limits – the walls can be given the appearance of a wooden surface that is eaten away by bark beetles (fine-grained plaster and special rollers are used for this), you can get the appearance of a sea grotto or crumpled paper. Despite the variety of decorative possibilities of the material, textured plaster has a very affordable price!
Finishing with textured plaster and useful tips
The specialists of our company offer to use some tips for those who decide to carry out the work on their own:
When carrying out external work, plaster with calibrated edges is optimal, and for internal work, small non-calibrated edges or mixtures with mixed grain size are best suited;
When applying coatings that have calibrated large granules, it is necessary to use a steel trowel, and the layer should be applied no thicker than the size of these granules;
If textured plasters with mixed granules are used, they can be applied with a trowel or roller, you can also use the “spray” technology, everything is determined by the consistency of the composition;
Fine-grained coatings – liquid lime mortar, so it is easiest to apply it using a compressor or roller.
Video material about repair using decorative plaster
Video report on repair using decorative plaster by specialists of the company “SK-REMONT”.
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How to choose textured plaster
Today on the market, textured plasters of different manufacturers are presented, which offer both the mixture and dry, which requires independent preparation of the composition. The advantages that have textured plaster include not only decorativeness, but also a significant saving of time at work on preparing the basis for finishing. Textured plaster is also distinguished by the fact that the desired pattern or relief is obtained after applying to the surface of the decorative coating. If you decide to apply textured plaster yourself, we recommend using dry mixes that can be diluted exactly in the amount that is necessary to treat the surface you have chosen.
If you want to save your time and be sure of an excellent end result – contact us, our specialists are at your service!