Ideal for rendering brickwork or blockwork, Saint-Gobain Weber explains the long list of advantages to using monocouche renders in this article.
There are numerous unknown irregularities when rendering onto a mix of substrate types that prevent an informed judgement being made on how to carry out the work; Saint-Gobain Weber’s advice on the best action to take is below.
For those self-isolating, who cannot work from home, it could well become tiresome – here are a few ideas from Saint-Gobain Weber to help with this.
Saint-Gobain Weber has created a series of guides to give advice on how to clean, repair and protect render, to keep it looking fresh for longer, with Part One looking at cleaning render.
This article sees Saint-Gobain Weber’s Applications and Training Team pick their top tool tips to help them achieve the perfect job every time.
Weber recently donated some of its render and one of its external wall insulation systems to a children’s hospice in North Wales.
Saint-Gobain Weber explore the phenomenon of ‘ghosting’ in this article…
The following is an informative, step-by-step guide to render cleaning, courtesy of Saint-Gobain Weber.
From an elegant mid-1800s Parchment lodge to a Pearl Grey contemporary pied-à-terre, here are some of Saint-Gobain Weber’s most vibrant render applications.
Ever wondered what a monocouche is? Well, Saint-Gobain Weber, the seasoned pros when it comes to monocouche render, explain all…