Plastering work: which technology on which ground?

The plaster on the wall is there for a good reason: it protects the building, regulates the indoor climate and insulates Facade. But the various plastering work does not necessarily disappear under tiles or paint: beautifully crafted surfaces definitely serve as a wall design. But not every plaster can be applied permanently to every surface - and of course the different types of plaster require different processing techniques.

We at MVM AG bring light into the dark today:

  • What kind of plastering work is suitable in which room?
  • What does the underground look like ideally?
  • Which plaster is used and how?
Facade plastering

Difference between inside and outside: plastering work in the house and on the house

Plaster outside primarily offers protection against weathering and has an important insulating function. It is also an aesthetic element and is used for individual exterior wall design.
In the interior, the plaster should shape the wall and air-condition the room. Therefore come indoors

  • Gypsum plasters,
  • Lime plasters,
  • Lime-cement plasters
  • Clay plaster
  • Brushed plasters and
  • Synthetic resin plasters

for use. While gypsum plasters are more likely to be used under wallpaper and decorative plasters, lime plasters are more likely to be used for surfaces. Lime-cement plasters are very suitable for wet rooms. Clay plasters are used for dry rooms. They allow many possibilities for aesthetic wall design. The clay-gypsum plaster occupies a special position because it is stronger than clay plaster and still regulates the living climate better than gypsum plaster - the positive properties of clay plasters and gypsum plasters add up here. Ready-made plasters and brush plasters are suitable for plastering work on the visible surfaces, so they are also used for wall design. This also applies to synthetic resin plasters.

Advantages of plasters and differences in the design of the surfaces

Gypsum plaster is just as harmless from an ecological perspective as it is from a building biology perspective; it regulates moisture but is not water-repellent. The plaster is open to vapor diffusion and is suitable for all normal rooms. This is largely the same for lime plaster; the plaster is also disinfectant and mold-inhibiting. Lime-cement plasters are also harmless, but are also moisture-resistant and water-repellent. Lime-cement plasters withstand high mechanical loads and offer a high level of hardening. They are therefore well suited for plastering work in damp rooms and offer weather protection outside. Clay plasters score points with thermal and sound insulation, minimize fine dust and pollutants in the room air and can be easily processed individually. Finally, ready-made mineral plasters are well suited for a variety of wall designs, while synthetic resin plasters allow for an aesthetic design Surfaces (also outside).

Types of plastering

Great effect: make plastering work aesthetically pleasing

Stucco work can be used to give rooms their very own atmosphere. The plastering work then forms the conclusion: They enable beautiful transitions between the ceiling and walls. In particular, multi-colored or gold-sealed cement plasters create impressive effects. But of course the plastering work can also simply be given a surface structure (abrasion, broom mark, needle roller or other).

There is no one correct solution

Plastering offers different options for wall design. Depending on the surface, room and the desired atmosphere, not only are different materials selected for the plastering work, but the plastering work is also carried out using different techniques. The decision is yours - design your walls individually! We will help you. Arrange a free consultation, and we will work with you to find out which plastering work is best for your surfaces.

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