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Who are we? ServiceSeeking.com.au is Australia's largest marketplace of cement renderers (and any other businesses that you might need around the home). Almost 700,000 Australians have listed a job. 75,000 businesses registered to quote on work. 130,000 quotes compared per month.
Vital statistics: Over 52% of all cement rendering jobs listed receive quotes within 1 hour. The average number of quotes customers receive over a day is 5. The most number of quotes you'll receive is 12 and you have the option of stopping quotes at any time if you find the right person for the job.
Why us? It's easy and flips the ring around upside down. Our cement renderers want your job, will promptly send you a quote and will attend the site visit as promised. It's much better than flipping through directories and getting the run around. And best of all, it's free!
Cement rendering is a popular method of updating your home. From only $50 per square metre, or an average of $3,855 per job, the cost of rendering is far outweighed by the expected increase in your home's market value - as well as its "street cred". With a new, refreshed look that's incredibly easy on the eye, your neighbours will definitely appreciate the spruce up. Render can typically be applied to brick, concrete, cement or stone surfaces.
We charge cement rendering businesses a small fee to express interest in your needs, but you are not obligated to choose anyone if the quotes or the businesses aren't to your liking.
In addition to selecting a verified business (a business we've checked is appropriately licensed and insured) it's good to choose someone with great knowledge of the the local weather. Climate plays a big part in the way render is mixed, applied and finished, and a local tradesman will know to make allowances for this.
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