Roughcasting is a type of exterior finishing method where small pebbles or gravel are mixed into the concrete or plaster and applied as a finish to the external wall.
This dries to form a durable and rough finish that requires less maintenance. The roughcasting materials include sand, cement, pebbles, shells plaster, and lime.
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Weathering can cause the roughcasting to deteriorate. When water is trapped behind the render and it freezes, the render separates from the substrate. If your roughcasting starts to crack, you should remove the whole area and replace it with a new external finish.