Book CPD Seminars

Our technical team offer a range of CPD seminars designed to widen your understanding when choosing the best render facade solution for your projects. These 30 minute sessions have been developed by our technical team from their experience of answering render system queries and solving problems throughout the design and construction process. Learn from our experienced consultants, ask questions and come away with a new perspective.

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Add your details below and we will contact you to confirm a booking. Seminars can be delivered by one of our team at your office, or online. You can also talk to a member of our technical team about a render project one-to-one at any stage, discuss your project here - we are always happy to help.

Choose from the Following Seminars

If there is another topic you would like to know more about then talk to us about designing a seminar for you.

Understanding movement in timber frame

  • What causes timber frame to move
  • The importance of not bridging the rim board
  • The problem with cross battening
  • The importance of accounting for movement at cross grain timber
  • Choosing the correct render - flexibility is key

Rendering steel frame buildings

  • Current trends
  • Cold bridging
  • The need for and position of a cavity
  • Continuity of fixing methods with other finishes
  • Impact resistance

Proprietary renders - Monocouche V Thin coat

  • Substrate
  • Exposure
  • Aesthetics
  • Crack resistance
  • Maintenance

Cracking in render

  • Expansion joints
  • Bed joint reinforcement
  • Weak points
  • Hydration
  • Thermal movement

Detailing a render system

  • The British Standard BS: EN 13914-1
  • Minimum overhangs and Throats
  • Copings
  • Balconies
  • Beading
  • DPC

Estimating for Render Systems

  • Overview of traditional and modern render
  • Texture finishes
  • Cladding and external insulation
  • Maintenance
  • Current trends
  • Pricing

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