Nigel has recently completed a Weber training course, and here is an example of the New Monocouche Render. The render comes in various colours, the work was completed leaving a very happy customer!
Great work, turned up when he said he would and did a brilliant job.
Mr Z Hall
This was a One Coat rendering job. Nigel had to remove the perished render and apply new One Coat Render – all the customer had to do afterwards was paint it.
A very professional approach and job well done. Arrived early for estimate appointment. Phoned ahead to confirm arrival time for job. Offered sound advice. A Professional and tidy worker. Can definitely recommend. This job was patching up old rendering, so not an easy task.
Mrs Bailey (Newcastle)
This customer had removed wallpaper from a bedroom. This took off some of the original plaster. Nigel re-plastered the walls giving a nice smooth finish that just needs painting.
Walls before plastering
Walls after plastering
Traditional conservatories tend to be hot in the summer and cold in the winter.
These customers had the glass roof replaced with an insulated “slate tile one”, Nigel fitted insulated boards to the bare brick walls, removed the old aluminium patio doors and plastered the whole area
The result is fantastic they now have a room which can be used in the winter and summer and is part of the house.
Tiling completed by R Darlington Tiling
After old patio doors had been removed
Conservatory after plastering
Both the customer and myself are really pleased with the results of this modern one coat render I applied last week.
Completely maintenance free and never has to be painted!
A few pictures during the application and a close up of the finished texture
This customer had a suspended bay window. Nigel built a wall under the window, rendered it and made good the inside. Giving the customer extra space in their lounge.
Nigel removed the old fireplace, blocked up the chimney, inserted an air brick, plastered the wall and fitted new skirting boards.
A selection of photos
For this job the customer wanted an area to sit when the weather is bad and to still be outside. She also wanted the window cleaner to still have access to the upstairs windows so Nigel designed the Pergola with a small flat roof next to the house, three open sides so that the outside can be enjoyed even if the weather is bad. Two coats of Ronseal Wood Stain have finished this job to an exceptional high standard.