One of the novelties for thermal insulation of buildings is Rhodipor plaster. It can be used both outside the building and inside. Due to its characteristics, it perfectly copes with the task of retaining heat. Most often, in apartments, the question arises of warming a loggia or balcony, in order to create an additional living area on them. The ease of application of this plaster has made it the most popular for this type of work.
According to the technological requirements for residential premises, the thickness of the application of the material should be at least 110 mm. If the surface borders on already insulated areas of the building, then it is allowed to apply a layer with a thickness of only 50 mm. By the way, now gasification at home is very important, so it is carried out only with the help of specialists.
Before applying the plaster, the surface of the walls must be thoroughly cleaned of paint, oil stains and dust. Then it should be slightly moistened. Just slightly, because from a wet surface the composition lags behind in large layers. After the wall is treated with a primer.
A prerequisite is the installation of vertical or horizontal guides with a step of 1 m. Without them, it is difficult to lay plaster, perfectly even in level,.
The material is applied in several passes in layers up to 30 mm using a spatula. Before applying the next layer, the previous one should dry out and grab well with the base. After all layers have dried, the surface is additionally leveled with a special tool.