Plaster Sollution

Transition existing structures into a living construction with Repsyre's Plaster Sollution.

VertiScape for renovation projects:

  • In general, the following surfaces are suited: brick & mortar, prefabricated concrete (possibly after preparation), and in-situ concrete (possibly after preparation).
  • Multiple sizes and surface structures are possible.
  • LCA is under development.
  • Minimum project size of 100 square meters.
Let's look into your project together with the following steps:
  • Please share you relevant project information through this questionnaire or though the 'request an offer' button (± 5-minutes to complete).
  • A 20-minute meeting will be planned with you to request further information if necessary.
  • A non-binding action plan will be created and sent to you within three weeks.

Plaster Sollution

Plaster, when applied to exterior walls, serves as a protective and decorative layer that can be applied over various stone-like materials such as brick, concrete, and stone itself. This technique involves the application of a wet paste that hardens to a smooth or textured surface, depending on the desired finish. Plaster not only enhances the aesthetic appeal of a building's exterior but also provides a layer of protection against the elements, helping to prevent water ingress and reduce the impact of physical wear and tear over time.

Why Plaster?

One of the primary advantages of using plaster for renovation projects is that an existing structure whose lifetime has not been reached yet can be given a totally new look. In our case, a living look! Additionally, plaster can significantly improve the thermal and acoustic insulation properties of a building, contributing to a more comfortable and energy-efficient environment.

For what applications is plaster suitable?

Plaster is particularly suitable for application on stone-like materials because of its adherence to these surfaces. Whether it's revitalizing an old brick facade, covering a concrete exterior to give it a living look, or protecting a natural stone wall, plaster can seamlessly bond to these materials, providing a durable and aesthetically pleasing finish. This compatibility makes plaster an ideal choice for both the restoration of historical buildings and the enhancement of modern constructions, ensuring that they stand the test of time both structurally and visually.

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