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Rendering Required!

Discussion in 'General Rendering Discussions' started by SB91, Jun 15, 2017.

  1. SB91

    SB91 New Member

    Hi,

    Due to a last minute cancellation we are looking for a total of 55m2 of rendering to chimneys in Edinburgh.

    seeking someone on the books if possible but willing to sub-contract out these works.

    if you are interested please contact Stephen on 07875365369.
     
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  2. flynnyman

    flynnyman Private Member

    How many chimneys is that?
     
  3. Djr

    Djr Active Member

    A lot if it's 55m of it ha ha
     
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  4. Pagey

    Pagey Private Member

    The ones I've ever done are always a pain and never straight forward scaffold normally shite and have to reach down ect to much ag imo
     
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  5. Pagey

    Pagey Private Member

    On cards day work might not be to bad but I always think it's more grief trying to bead up scratch and top I know they up in air but still gotta look alright last one i done was a house on a hill so was extra high and the scaff ladder was almost at a straight and when the wind come across I needed another pair of pants ain't done one since and don't think I'm likely to either
     
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  6. Danny

    Danny TPF OWNER

    Thanks for sharing an interesting project for someone :D
     
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  7. SB91

    SB91 New Member

    Chimney A - 17m2
    Chimney B - 7.5 m2
    Chimney C - 18 m2
    Chimney E – 6.5m2
    Chimney F - 6.5m2

    Access is good with a fully boarded scaffold with a hoist etc. The rear of the chimneys are on a large flat roof with plenty of space to move around.
     
  8. GrantyBoy

    GrantyBoy Well-Known Member

    I'd be interested if I wasn't on a big job for the next 2-3 weeks. What material is to be used?
     
  9. GrantyBoy

    GrantyBoy Well-Known Member

    They are a f**k**g nightmare. Last one we quoted £800 to dry dash and I was actually upset when he said when can you do it!!
     
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  10. Pagey

    Pagey Private Member

    :birra::risas::risas::risas:
     
  11. stuart23

    stuart23 Private Member

    Granty where you been? Thought you'd have changed your profile pic by now
     
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  12. GrantyBoy

    GrantyBoy Well-Known Member

    Just been busy doing the house up and work not been online that much mate.

    Never!!
     
  13. SB91

    SB91 New Member

    Really need someone in the next week or so, site will also be open weekends.

    30m2 - Brick Chimney Spec



    Supply and install new smooth render finish to all faces of the chimney head, full height and width; in two coats to a total thickness of no more than 20-25mm, mix designation iii (BS 5262), 1:5 to 6, sulphate resisting Portland cement/sand, final coat to have a smooth finish scratched to stone courses; include working to all perimeters; include stainless steel render beads to all perimeters; include forming bellcast above roof covering upstand); protect existing surrounding/adjacent fabric including roof coverings, dormers, eaves gutters, and upstand detailing; complete



    25.5m2 - Stone Chimney Spec



    Supply and install new smooth render finish to all faces of the chimney head, full height and width; in 3 coats to a total thickness of no more than 20-25mm, 2 coats Interchromex plugs and mesh final coat Thermocromex; include working to all perimeters; include stainless steel render beads to all perimeters; include forming bellcast above roof covering upstand (protect existing surrounding/adjacent fabric including roof coverings, dormers, eaves gutters, and upstand detailing; complete
     
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