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Here is a job from another returning client, I have done a handfull of commercial jobs for him in the past but this time it was regaurding the exterior walls of his own house. 
As the pebbledash stones have become loose and very dry they needed a solution to prevent this from getting any worse. 
There were 2 options, a clear coat or a painted finish, they opted for the painted finish, but before any painting was carried out preparation and protecrion of the none painted surfaces was needed. 
Firstly we masked off all sofits, windows and doors , we also had to protect the neighbours house from potential overspray as it was only about 8ft away. 
We removed the downpipes and cleaned the gutters out while we were at it, then filled all visible cracks with an exterior flexible filler. 
To help prevent the loose pebbledash stones from falling off any more we applied 2 coats of stabilising solution by airless spray, this binds and seals friable and porous surfaces ready for painting.  


Now it was time to get some paint on the walls. 
We applied 2 coats exterior masonary paint by airless spray, however even though airless spray can put a lot of paint on, spray coats don't always get in bertween the nooks and crannies of the pebbledash stones, so for a final coat we apply the paint by roller , this ensured that all the nooks and crannies in bertween the stones were well covered so the overall finish was aesthetically pleasing. 





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