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Finishing Trowel – Marshalltown$146.99 Add to cart
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Premium Marco Pro Trowel – Maurerfreund$100.99 Add to cart
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Rendering Floats and Finishing Trowels Canberra
When it comes to rendering, having the right tools is essential to achieving a smooth, professional finish. Two of the most important tools in a renderer’s arsenal are rendering floats and finishing trowels. These tools ensure that the final product is level, even, and aesthetically pleasing. A rendering float can apply and smooth out the render. Meanwhile, a finishing trowel will remove imperfections and create a polished finish.
What is a Rendering Float?
A rendering float, also known as a plastering float, is a flat, rectangular tool that you use to apply and smooth your render. Typically made from a lightweight material such as wood or plastic, rendering floats come in a variety of sizes and shapes to suit different rendering needs.
The most common type of rendering float is the sponge float, which allows you to apply and smooth out thin layers of render. Sponge floats feature a soft, porous material that absorbs excess moisture from the render, leaving a smooth, even surface.
Another type of rendering float is the steel float, which is better for working on thicker layers of render. Steel floats use a durable, non-corrosive material such as stainless steel, and can withstand the harsh conditions of rendering.
When using a rendering float, it is important to choose the right size and shape for the job at hand. A larger float may be more efficient for covering large areas, while a smaller float may be better suited for more intricate work.
What Do I Use a Finishing Trowel For?
A finishing trowel or plastering trowel is a flat, rectangular tool that smooths out and finishes the surface of render. Finishing trowels typically have stainless steel builds or similarly durable materials. They come in a variety of sizes and shapes to suit different rendering needs.
Finishing trowels can remove any and all imperfections in the render, ensuring that the final product is smooth and level. They are particularly useful for smoothing out corners and edges, where a rendering float may not be able to reach.
When using a finishing trowel, it is important to use a light touch and to work carefully and methodically. Any mistakes made with a finishing trowel can be difficult to correct, so it is important to take your time and work slowly.
Rendering Trowels and Floats for Sale
CDBS Construction Centre is your reliable supplier of high-quality rendering floats and finishing trowels in Canberra. We have an extensive range of tools, so you are sure to find the perfect products for your rendering needs and budget. You can browse the range through our online store, or in person at our shop in Mitchell.
No matter where you are in the ACT area, we’ve got you covered for delivery. We deliver rendering floats and finishing trowels Canberra wide, which includes surrounds! So even if you’re further out in Bungendore, Royalla, Murrumbateman, Queanbeyan, or Yass, we can get your tools to you. If you need assistance in selecting the right tool for your project, our friendly customer service team is available to help. You can reach us by phone at 02 6242 8996 or via our email contact form. You can learn more about these excellent rendering tools. If you need something that isn’t listed in our range, we can also get other products in on request. So don’t hesitate to reach out no matter your rendering needs.
If you’re in the Canberra area, come visit our shop to see our full range of products and receive expert advice from our knowledgeable staff. Along with our great selection of rendering tools, we also offer a variety of other equipment to assist you in achieving your construction goals, including mixers and scaffolding.