Easy Rendering Cost Calculator UK | How Much Is Render

Rendering cost calculator – your ultimate tool for estimating the expenses associated with transforming your house into a stunning masterpiece.

If you are looking for a way to improve the appearance and value of your home, rendering might be a good option.

Are you curious about the price of rendering? Seeking to calculate the cost of re-rendering your beloved abode?

Calculate Render Price

Our Render price calculator is designed to provide you with accurate figures for various rendering scenarios. It can help you calculate how much to render at house based on the size, type and condition of your walls.

Render Cost Calculator

With our Rendering Costs Calculator, you're one step closer to turning your dreams into reality. Let's dive in and explore the world of render prices together!

Acrylic rendering

If you're considering house wall rendering, it's essential to calculate the rendering costs accurately.

A reliable cost calculator can help you estimate the custom price for different render types, such as cement render or acrylic render.

Whether you're looking for a smooth render finish or need waterproof render for added protection, a rendering calculator is a valuable tool.

You can input the dimensions of your wall and choose the appropriate render type, like hydraulic lime mortar or lime plaster, to calculate the render cost.

his way, you can make an informed decision on how to enhance the appearance and durability of your house walls while staying within your budget.

What is Rendering ?

Rendering is the process of applying a layer of cement, sand and other materials over the exterior walls of a house to create a smooth or textured finish.

cement rendering

You can find our Render coverage calculator here.

If you are looking for a way to improve the appearance and value of your home, rendering might be a good option.

Types of render

  1. Acrylic render
  2. Lime Mortat
  3. K Rend
  4. Cement Render

Rendering can also protect your walls from weather damage and increase their insulation.

Our calculator that can help you estimate the cost of rendering your home based on the size, type and condition of your walls.

Easy Rendering Cost Calculator UK | How Much Is Render

FAQ's

Discover the answers to questions like "how much does sand and cement render cost per m2?" and "How much does it cost to cement render a garden wall?" in just a few clicks.

But how much does rendering cost? And what factors affect the price of rendering?

What's the average price to render a house?

The average price to rendering a house is £5000, and should take 5 days to complete.

Below is a table showing the average price for the different type of house and finish.

House Rendering Price Table

House Type Render Type Average Price (£)
Det. Bungalow Cement £5000
Lime £6200
Acrylic £7500
Semi Bungalow Cement £4200
Lime £5400
Acrylic £6800
3 Bed Semi Cement £3800
Lime £4900
Acrylic £6100
4 Bed Detached Cement £6800
Lime £8200
Acrylic £10000

How much does render cost per m2?

The average cost of rendering per m2 is £50. This is for sand and cement render with moderate access. The price may vary a lot depending on the access difficulty.

If the work is on the ground, it could be as low as £30 per square metre. If it is higher up and hard to reach, it could be as much as £65.

How much does rendering cost per m2 labour only?

The average price renderers charge per m2 labour only is about £35, but this may vary depending on how easy it is to access the area.

If you want to save some money, you can do some preparation work yourself, such as mixing and carrying the render.

How much does it cost to render a wall?

The cost to render a garden wall would be around £30 per square metre, For a 2m x 5m wall, the area is 10 m2 and the cost to render would be £300, walls higher than this will generally cost more. Wall rendering prices will increase the harder the wall is to get to.

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