How to finish the outer walls?

How to make the external facade of the house attractive? Today there are a lot of ways of both simple and complex. From a long time ago, to this day, the most popular way to bring the house outside is plastering. This does not mean that the walls will be boring gray. Plaster can be given any shade if you apply a special facade paint on it. On top of the plaster, you can also put tiles from the clinker or hyperpress, which is made on the model of brick and give the house a brick look.

The facade can be lined with materials mounted by the type of siding. If the wall has 3 layers, the upper of which is brick, then you can not plaster it. If the house is made of logs, all problems with facing are mentioned. You can simply cover wood with varnish or protective drug having a shade of some color.

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What time of year can you engage in plastering walls? The first answer that begs is in the summer. But now there are materials such as, for example, thin -layer plaster, with which you can work at a temperature of 0ºС. But be that as it may, with painting you still have to wait until the temperature reaches at least +5ºС. Also, before painting, it is necessary to make sure that the wall is dry, since moisture will reject the paint. As for the facades mounted by the crate, they can be installed at any time of the year, since working with such a facade is not “wet”.

There is such a material for decoration of the facade as front brick. It is hyperpressive, silicate and ceramic. But it is better to finish in this way a freshly built house, the walls of which need to be made in advance taking into account how they are faced. Which brick to choose? The advantages of the clinker (ceramic) are that it does not absorb water, resistant to natural factors of exposure, it does not burn and does not fade in the sun. HyperPressed brick is very durable, resistant to temperature fluctuations and, like the previous one, does not absorb moisture. And silicate brick is convenient because it can be painted.