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    Tyrolean Render Help


    I have a tyrolean rendered house and it's looking dated and has some signs of cracks and falling off near windows. Overall it's sound and not hollow behind. What are my options with it? Can I patch the fallen render around the windows and apply tyrolean and paint the whole house? What are my options with the small cracks. I'd rather not have it all removed and re-done if possible. Any advice on which render to use etc would be appreciated.


    Asked by Lou on 29th Oct 2020
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    Reda plastering

    "Yes you can remove the area around the widow and do one coat rendering and then apply cullimax Weber tylorean the colour you want and doesn’t need to paint it"

    Answered on 29th Oct 2020 - Member since Oct 2017 - report
    Djc decorators

    "With the small cracks you can use wet sand & cement, or rub decorators caulk into them & sponge off"

    Answered on 30th Oct 2020 - Member since Dec 2019 - report
    Britannia plasterers

    "Hi Lou, yes you can patch any form of plaster, tyrolean or render finish but it will be that a patch at the end of the day. To not notice any repair I would suggest forming a 3 inch lime render square band around the openings which also looks impressive and the cracks can be treated with fresh tyrolean and dabbed with a sponge. Tommy."

    Answered on 31st Oct 2020 - Member since Oct 2020 - report

    "Tyrolean can be patched but the cracks may be structural and therefore would return depending on the damage brick stitching may be required or fibre glass mesh to eliminate the cracks."

    Answered on 16th Dec 2020 - Member since Sep 2020 - report
    Vita Services

    "Where crack appears it's possible to take tyrolean off with hammer and bolster lightly and retyrolean if crack on render beneath tyrolean hammer and bolster off, rerender sponge finish tyrolean. Cracks most likely appear at the top of windows.

    If you would like anymore information, you can reply and we are happy to help.

    P.S. I was around when tyrolean was the rage."

    Answered on 30th Oct 2020 - Member since May 2019 - report
    Green house

    "You have to take of what is lose end what is coming of easily end re-plaster"

    Answered on 30th Oct 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    Plastering Local

    "Better to remove all the loose areas then re-sand and Cement. Use Tyrollean over the top of it and repaint, all should be good."

    Answered on 3rd Dec 2020 - Member since Sep 2020 - report
    Shine Plasterers

    "It’s fine to take off loose areas re sand and Cement then Tyrollean over the top of it and repaint will be fine."

    Answered on 29th Nov 2020 - Member since Nov 2020 - report

    "Yes you can scrape off back to rating Catalina and you can retrieve it and to match it Allin it would be good to get a Teralee paint and paint over the whole area so it looks like one even colour"

    Answered on 14th Jul 2021 - Member since Jan 2016 - report

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