Roofing & Roughcasting Fife
Roughcasting In Fife, Scotland
Our K Rend approved render installers have been applying roughcasting and render to properties throughout Fife and central Scotland for over 15 years, we have gained all of our required accreditation’s and skills tickets to provide our customers with peace of mind when they employ us and it is with this work ethic that we are known as the best roughcasting professionals in and around Fife and the surrounding areas.
Fife Roughcast And Render Specialists
With properties in Fife becoming older by the day and the weather becoming worse year on year we encourage homeowners to check over their external walls roughcasting at least once per year, if you notice any cracks or loose or porous areas then these should be attended to before dampness occurs inside your property, at Morris Roofing & Roughcasting we can help you with any of your external wall problems so get in touch today for the best possible service at the best possible price.
At Morris Roofing And Roughcasting in Fife we take great pleasure in being known as the best roughcasters in Fife, our award winning teams of render specialists can supply and fit any type or colour of render to any property whether it be residential or commercial.
By using over 35 years of combined experience in the roughcasting industry we can assure you of a top quality job each and every time
Frank Lloyd, Kirkcaldy
We apply only the best quality of roughcasting products to our projects throughout Fife and the surrounding areas, our suppliers include Scotrend, Enewall, K Rend, Jub, Rowebb and Cartmore and by using these well established suppliers we can be certain of a high quality finish each and every time.
Smooth render is more of a specialist finish so can be considerably more expensive and time consuming, whilst this is one of the most modern finishes on the market it can also be used on more original style properties. Fully compatible with external wall insulation this product comes in a huge variety of colours to compliment any property.
Wet dash harling is a cheaper alternative to most external wall finishes and is usually used when the wall is being coated with a masonry paint once its dried out, this can also be used to achieve an authentic look to older type properties.
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