Dan Larder, owner of EJL Plaster & Rendering Ltd specifically requested the use of Multi-Rend for its’ ability to be exposed during construction without damaging the integrity of the structure. This is especially useful as the project spanned from the summer months into the new year, remaining resilient throughout various weather conditions during the building process. The Multi-Rend boards were used as the external façade to make up for a thin coat render system. Due to Multi-Rends lightweight sheets and ease of cutting, the boards were more attractive compared to alternative boards. This is especially useful in cutting down time and there was no excess lifting to obtain the required height.
Resistant’s Multi-Rend board utilises the score and snap method with the added benefit of a keyed surface, which greatly speeds up the installation process. In comparison, alternative boards require the use of power tools and specialised cutting blades, which adds to the planning process. Multi-Rend is also moisture resistant and has low moisture and thermal expansion prosperities therefore, the shape, thickness and integrity are unaffected by the exposure to elements. Consequently, the boards were used for an external façade system throughout the project completion without the need for required protection during the construction phase, this had sped up the process of completing the envelope of the building. Showcasing the resilience and quality of the Multi-Rend board.