Click the Image for Low-Res Preview. Timber Framed Wall with Render Finish (150x50mm studs) £2.50 + vat Add To Basket Includes DWG, DXF and Jpeg. As such it should be highly durable and tear resistant in accordance with Type 1 membranes in BS4016. Figure A.8.10 Typical window detail in a timber frame wall with block and render external cladding. Timber Frame Wall Detail, Render Finish. Choosing a render solution for timber frame was once a choice of either a block skin, or render onto lathe, but these both had serious disadvantages that could often deter architects from specifying timber frames with rendered facades. The following is guidance from the Planning Portal about making a Full Plans Application. Click the Image for Low-Res Preview. For use in a Building Regulations application or as a general construction detail. Repairing cracks in external rendered walls. Cladding membrane. My current house is cement rendered solid wall with (i think) 20mm pebble (painted). (photo attached). £2.50 + vat Add To Basket Includes DWG, DXF and Jpeg. Note: Window and door heads must have cavity trays and DPCs Firstly the timber frame I was going to blockwork the front and render but now I'm getting suggestions regarding boarding the frame and using a monocouche render. Im looking at getting a more modern finish. Although timber frames are treated, they are vulnerable to rot and need to be kept in a warm, dry environment Rendering on surfaces with poor key. Timber frame properties: The inner wall structure should be fitted with a breather membrane.This serves to seal the building against damp and weather penetration. Some examples can include timber frame, masonry cavity wall, concrete with rendered external insulation, SIPS, Insulated Concrete Formwork and more. Downloadable detail showing a typical window jamb detail in rendered wall, in timber frame construction. 1:5 scale at A3 size, PDF format. The windows and doorframes must be sealed to the timber frame with the appropriate installation of the DPMs to protect the timber frame from penetrating moisture (see figure A.8.10).