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Renderplas Ltd

Superior PVC beads for rendering, plastering and dry lining applications

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Architects and Housebuilders are specifying Renderplas - Sustainability Survey

Architects and Housebuilders are specifying Renderplas - Sustainability Survey

A survey of architects and housebuilders commissioned by Renderplas, the PVCu render beading manufacturer, provides an interesting insight into attitudes toward sustainable building products in the face of increasing environmental obligations for the construction industry. The survey explored to what extent a product’s sustainability shapes specification, and whether system components like external render beads are subjected to the same environmental scrutiny as the main building elements such as windows, walls and roofs.
Don't let a site accident be your fault

Don't let a site accident be your fault

Health & Safety Executive figures show that handling materials is the second most common cause for injuries on construction sites and the Union of Construction, Allied Trades & Technicians states that workers are constantly being exposed to health risks. Leading bead manufacturer, Renderplas, says choosing PVC beads over metal counterparts could reduce the number of on-site injuries.
Mental Health Unit, NHS Fife, Stratheden

Mental Health Unit, NHS Fife, Stratheden

Over 17,000 metres of Renderplas PVC beads are part of high performance external rendering systems for three major Scottish healthcare contracts, including the award-winning Muirview mental health unit for NHS Fife. A variety of beading solutions from Renderplas’ external range have been used by rendering specialists, Muirfield Contracts of Dundee, with spray-applied render systems from leading manufacturers.
Renderplas checks in to the Norwood Hall Hotel

Renderplas checks in to the Norwood Hall Hotel

PVCu external render beads from Renderplas have provided an effective and easy to use solution for an extension to the Norwood Hall Hotel, a magnificent country house hotel and conference centre in Aberdeen.
Renderplas contributing to sustainability in the external envelope

Renderplas contributing to sustainability in the external envelope

A well-known and commonly used component of external wall coverings has wrongly remained unloved by the architect for almost 20 years since its introduction to the UK market in 1990. Whilst it is widely accepted that external wall insulation (EWI) systems and external render can dramatically improve the U-values of a building, the materials that are used in these systems may not be so popular.
Renderplas on parade at major barracks revamp

Renderplas on parade at major barracks revamp

Major barracks improvements for service personnel at Tidworth, Wiltshire, feature external walls newly rendered with military precision using PVC beading from Renderplas to ensure well-regimented joints, corners and edges.
Renderplas PVC beads do like to be beside the seaside

Renderplas PVC beads do like to be beside the seaside

A coastal environment can be one of the harshest for a building to withstand so when a Grade 2 listed, Victorian kiosk was due to be relocated and renovated on the Brighton seafront, Renderplas PVC beads were immediately sourced for the internal plasterwork.
Renderplas PVC beads perform in London projects

Renderplas PVC beads perform in London projects

Renderplas PVC beads for rendering, plastering and dry lining are exhibiting their benefits at London's Victoria and Albert Museum and a number of other prestigious London projects by David Andrews Construction, a leading specialist in high quality trade finishes. The award-winning contractor has used over 3,000 metres of Renderplas beading for various new build and refurbishment contracts, from hotels, luxury homes and leisure centres to one of the capital's most popular museums. As a high volume customer, Renderplas is able to offer David Andrews direct-to-site deliveries, saving the contractor valuable time and resources.
Renderplas PVC colour beads complement beautiful West Wales landscape

Renderplas PVC colour beads complement beautiful West Wales landscape

The psychological and physiological effects of colour on the human psyche are well documented. Throughout history colour has been incorporated architecturally to boost public morale and improve the impact of development on the surrounding landscape. For the first residents of a new, affordable housing development, Parc y Cefn, in Fishguard, South Wales where the houses are being rendered in shades of cream, blue, pink and green the future is bright indeed.
Renderplas PVC shadow gap beads

Renderplas PVC shadow gap beads

Sleek minimalist shadow gaps create statement internal design elements, producing clean lines unimpeded by the traditional use of skirting boards, architraves and cornices. The features can be installed between walls, floors, skirting boards, windows, door frames and staircases throughout a building, or in specific areas such as hallways & kitchens to create maximum impact.
Renderplas step in to help Walking With The Wounded Charity

Renderplas step in to help Walking With The Wounded Charity

When Renderplas got the call to step in and help the Walking With The Wounded Charity there was no hesitation. “We received a call from the makers of BBC’s DIY SOS to say that they were on the set of the programme and about to render an entire street as part of ‘ The Big Build’ charity project and they had no render beads” says Managing Director Daniel Leedham-Green. “Of course we had no hesitation in donating a consignment of our PVC render beads and within hours we had everything they needed dispatched and on their way.”
Sustainability Survey - Architects and Housebuilders are specifying Renderplas

Sustainability Survey - Architects and Housebuilders are specifying Renderplas

A survey of architects and housebuilders commissioned by Renderplas, the PVC render beading manufacturer, provides an interesting insight into attitudes to sustainable building products in the face of increasing environmental obligations for the construction industry. The survey explored to what extent a product’s sustainability shapes specification, and whether system components like external render beads are subjected to the same environmental scrutiny as the main building elements such as windows, walls, and roofs. “80% of architects and housebuilders surveyed said they specify external render”
The Walk, East Riffa, Kingdom of Bahrain

The Walk, East Riffa, Kingdom of Bahrain

Renderplas PVC external render beads are part of the dynamic design of The Walk, a new commercial and leisure development in East Riffa in the oil-rich Kingdom of Bahrain.
Using colour In the external envelope - Renderplas makes the difference

Using colour In the external envelope - Renderplas makes the difference

The vibrant, ivory-coloured façade of a new healthcare facility in Cornwall posed no problem for the Renderplas range of coloured PVCu external render beads. Renderplas provided a decorative and durable solution to match the through-coloured render of the £1.9m building. In addition to enhancing the building’s fresh-looking façade, ivory-coloured Renderplas beading has ensured straight, durable joints, corners and edges on all external rendering. The PVCu material is scratch resistant and will not discolour over time, so any exposed joints and edges will continue to complement the colour of the façade indefinitely.

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