The first mentions of lime mortar are in 6,500 BC in the Indus valley region (present day Pakistan) and later in Egypt on the pyramids in around 2500 BC. Additionally, there are numerous mentions of it being used extensively in the Roman Empire who developed a way to make the entire process more practical.
Modern day Lime Rendering in Surrey are through coloured, factory blended, low maintenance decorative hydraulic lime renders can be applied to new masonry or as a restoration render which can achieve a fine scrape, roughcast or sponge/floated finish.
Lime mortars was the traditional method of rendering in this country and is more commonly used in renovation and conservation projects, however technology of the manufacturers has moved this material forward immensely allowing the material to be included in new build specifications.
Lime renders give fantastic flexibility and is breathable qualities that can prevent problems with moisture and damp issues, because of this, Lime Rendering in Kent has become the popular choice for hundreds of homeowners.
ProRend UK also carry out Lime Rendering in Sussex. Due to the technical difficulties involved with lime renders/substrates we would advise you to contact us for information and assistance.