Texture Walls

Texture Walls

Prior to using the texture walls such practices were applied in order to save the walls from being damaged as wall papers, or wall repairs. It was thought that only an imperfect and the damaged texture wall needs to be repaired and textured by means of creating the texture walls. Some years ago there was no such concept as the renovation or changing the texture of walls. But nowadays these kinds of the practices is much more common and in use. Previously the texture walls were used only to fix the imperfections, voids, dents and dings in the walls. It was seen that that such imperfections in the walls may result to cause the paint of the walls to be damaged. Ultimately the paint was thought as the only solution for these problems related to walls. But people without considering the after effects of these applications apply the paints as a means of repairing to the damaged areas. However it should be kept in mind that the paints are neither the solution to any problem of wall nor the alternatives to the texture walls. Instead texture walls provide a better option for the damaged walls and also serve as the beautifying agents.

The new wall can be finished at a faster rate, using the texture wall if certain techniques of pressure are applied. Creation of the texture wall by applying the pressure finish at regular intervals can guarantee the well being and the durability of the wall. By definition creation of the texture walls is the old art and an ancient technique of creating a plaster over the wall. Some of the essential features of the texture wall are that it is a less expensive and comparatively an easier technique. It is such an easier method of renewing the texture wall, that the owner can also do it by himself or herself. Nowadays the users are provided with much new and easier options to apply on the texture walls.

The method of the application of the wall texturing on the surfaces may vary from one wall type to the other and it also depends upon the damages that are present on the wall. In this case the best option before applying the texture walls is to make the fresh coat of the plaster on the wall so as to smooth out the bumpy and any kind of the damaged finish. Traditionally there are three coats of the plaster that are needed to be applied on the wall. These three coats of the plaster feature a scratch cost, a brown coat and a finish coat. The finish coat of the texture walls is of the lime plaster in most of the cases. This finish coat of the lime stone can be of many different kinds and it depends upon the wall and its damaged structure. The finish coat of the lime stone can be rough, smooth, textured or stippled.

Usually the difference in the application of the wall textures lies in the fact that how much water is added and the mode of the use of finishing tools is also discussed while applying the cots on the texture walls. As a result of this a smooth wall is obtained which may be of the thickness of as much as ¼ inches or less than that. In using the typical methods of making the texture walls the plasterers apply the by working with water over the surface of wall. This practice is done in order to wet the surface and smooth down the wall with the help of a finish trowel. On the other hand the finish may also be applied by giving the stippled look to the texture walls. This can be created with the help of the brush and gives the mottled look.