Pebbledash


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Pebbledash

Small round stones applied to a fresh coat of plaster on an exterior wall to create a textured appearance.
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If you just use a brush, you can cover all the pebbledash in one go, but it will be time consuming.
Er o edrych o'r tu allan, gyda'r "pebbledash" fydda rhywun efallai ddim yn disgwyl i'r Eglwys fod mor hynafol.
What's more, the super cat can hold onto the entire pebbledash surface of the walls while making his vertical ascent.
It all began when Terry decided to have a weatherproof coating put on his roof tiles and pebbledash walls.
Detective Chief Inspector Steve Bimson would not reveal who had lived in the pebbledash semi-detached house at the time of Ms Payne's disappearance.
UNFURL those flags of St George, daub your pebbledash in red and white, drink till you puke.
"The brief of the project was to make the most of the setting, including the look of the home, but pebbledash doesn't sit well in a rural setting.
The first owners to take up this Grand-Designs-meets-Changing Rooms challenge are Tony and Sarah, who are uninspired by their pebbledash 1970s-style house in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Pronlems such as porous, flaking bricks, open or cracked cement beds, miss-matched repairs and extensions, out-dated and bald pebbledash, cracked porous sand and cement render and poor quality brickwork.
It blobs from holes in the guttering and twists among the pebbledash. Its mother sky is the colour of water infused with liquorice.
If he was expecting an altar, stained-glass windows and a reverential figurehead, he gets, instead, a rather shy man with a lightsaber, worshipping in a scaffolding-covered pebbledash house with a dog yapping around.
They're paid (not much mind) to do a job and they're going to do it whether they pebbledash boots or not.