Plastering / Rendering / Stucco

Plastering is the process of covering rough walls and uneven surfaces in the construction of houses and other structures with plaster, which is a mixture of lime or cement concrete and sand along with the required quantity of water, preparing it for painting or papering. 

Rendering – Sand and cement is applied to exposed block work or brickwork. Rendering is the process of applying cement mixture to external, or internal, walls to achieve a smooth or textured surface; The technique is similar to plastering. It is very common in countries across Europe, particularly around the Mediterranean. The main components of renders are cement, sand, lime and water

more info


Dry lining (sometimes referred to as drywalling) is a system for cladding the internal faces of buildings, such as walls and ceilings. Plasterboard is attached to the internal faces, creating a smooth surface that finishes, such as paint, can be applied to directly; A 'wet' plaster finish is not required. Dry lining requires less technical expertise than traditional plastering and requires less water, hence the term ‘dry’ lining.

more info
This site uses cookies to enhance your experience. When you continue to browse, you are accepting You are using an outdated browser. Please, upgrade your browser to improve your experience.