We have been involved in an impressive variety of insulation and render projects. We've built up a great deal of experience over the years with a dedicated team that is able to deliver projects reliably, on time and within budget.
We have installed Parex monorex render and cedral weatherboard cladding to Central Park in Darlington for Keepmoat homes, see below a great ariel video of the central park development as a whole including the housing development. A great mix of colours were applied to suit planning requirements and give the housing estate a unique modern look.
Eco Rend North East installed approximately 2500m2 of Sto Rotofix insulated render and Sto ventec render rainscreen for BAM construction with a complex array of 10 render colours to replicate the appearance of cladding panels. This provided the client with a cost effective alternative the originally specified cladding system due to the required panel sizes and layout on each elevation.
This project comprised of Metsec SFS framing and 400m2 of Sto render with a Stolit K1.5mm natural white finish for Surgo Construction. The works were completed to a tight programme to allow the restaurant to open on time.
Around 1000m2 of Parex Monorex render was spray applied to new blockwork on this project for Brims Construction. By spray applying the render we managed to speed up the application process significantly and finish the project on time despite delays due to adverse weather conditions.
This existing building had a sand and cement render finish which suffered from cracking. Around 1000m2 of Sto thin coat acrylic render was specified to eliminate the risk of further cracking and provide a fresh new building facade. The rear elevation, shown in the photograph below finished in black, involved a great deal of protection to the existing duct work to avoid contamination. As part of our package we also supplied MEWP access equipment, skips and welfare facilities.
Around 2000m2 of Wetherby Building Systems render was used on this hotel and public house development in a prime location on Darlington's Yarm Road. A contrast of grey and white render was applied to a mixture of blockwork and timber frame walls, using a render carrier board to provide a suitable substrate on the timber framed areas.