Posted by Bouton Adalicia on Friday, 15 November, 2019 14:00:37
The price to paint one house could be very different to that of another property. We still feel our research is insightful and could help you budget for a future painting project. Photos of Exterior House Painting. The following photos show how much of a difference paint can have on the outside walls of a house.
I don't actually think painted pebble dash is an improvement. It usually looks worse than the pebble dash did. If you can't afford to have the house re-rendered (flat) and then painted, I'd just leave the pebble dash as it is.
The multiple nooks and crannies created between the pebbles is hard to reach when painting, requiring a specific painting procedure to ensure complete coverage. It's a time-consuming, as painting by hand is the only method of covering the pebbledash without over-painting and causing drips.
If your house has pebbledash on the exterior walls, you will either love it or hate it. That's the thing about pebbledash, however many cases of the Pebbledash plague were created because the home owner had an old house which needed constant painting and the dash was considered a cheap way of avoiding the yearly painting cycle.
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The exterior walls are unpainted pebble-dash which I would like to paint white. Any views on the type of paint (eg water-based, etc) to use? Thanks Ed Because the front of my new house is pebble dashed from half way up. It's very dirty looking, but the rest of the houses on the terrace are