Presto offers a scratch render specifically devised for the UK housing stock, where this type of render is a traditional finish on housing in many towns and villages across the UK.
Presto render consists of a lime-based render with high resistance to racking – it can be applied to the substrate either by trowel the next day to expose the coloured aggregate and to form ashlar lines and details to meet local requirements or other design criteria.
Available in a standard grain size of 1.5mm, the Regal range of colours in Presto render consists of:Vanilla; County Cream; Ivory; Lemon; Cream; Mushroom White; Snow White; Sienna Red; Rose; Cool Blue; Pistachio; Stone; Camel; Steel Grey; Platinum and Silver Blue.
Each render has been extensively tested to deliver quality and reliability as well as the traditional aesthetic appearance.
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