If you’re looking for a high-quality rendering coat, you’ll
want a brand of products you can rely on and Parex render supplies are exactly
Parex manufactures a wide range of construction, engineering, and refurbishment materials. They also offer a wide variety of specialist mortars, hard landscaping mortars, anchors, as well as advanced renders.
Parex render products have grown in popularity over the past few years for their reliable base coats and top coats. Our rendering specialists here at our plastering superstore personally recommend them for being hard wearing and reliable.
Here are some of the frequently asked questions we often get for Parex render supplies:
How many types of rendering coat may be needed in a project?
At least two types of Parex render coats may be required in a project. These are the basecoats and topcoats.
Multipurpose mortars can also be used as basecoat rendering materials. They are intended for a variety of applications such as thin base coating or the finishing applied to exterior insulation systems. They can also be used as water-repellent renders, designed for thick masonry substrates which may be painted or allowed to self-finish.
Parex render can be base coating compatible with over-tiling or used as the base for the subsequent application of a decorative render. They can also be a weather-resistant preparation made of polymer substrate.
Parex Monorex topcoats are also referred to as finishing coats. These can be water-repellent coats used for dense masonry substrates on both interior and exterior walls. They can also be a one-coat finish or a fine render, intended for float-smoothed finishes.
Parex Monorex are often used as mineral decorative finishes meant for external rendered or a hydrated lime top coat used in interior masonry. Topcoats can also be a breathable one-coat render intended for dense masonry substrates.
What makes Parex render materials reliable?
Parex rendering materials are known for their reliability. They provide benefits in terms of the choice of application methods and the wide range of finishes and colours available. As well as this they are also easy to use and convenient to apply.
We get many customers telling us about the durability of the resulting surface rendered with Parex.
Over the years, Parex has shown excellent commitment in ensuring the quality of its products. This commitment has led to more customers getting on board with the brand and the company expanding to 32 manufacturing bases in 15 countries around the world. The company places emphasis on continued product improvement, innovation, development.
What types of Parex render products does Plasterers 1 Stop Shop offer?
Plasterers 1 Stop Shop offers three categories of Parex render products. These are basecoats, topcoats, and general products. This includes:
Here at Plasterers 1 Stop Shop we make it a priority to stock high-quality brand products that can be used day to day in the construction trade to make people’s lives easier and their finishes, better. We are extremely proud to be able to stock Parex render products.
Parex comply with the British and European standards and are high in demand throughout the United Kingdom due to their fantastic quality. We have a full range of their products available including Paraguard as well as other general plastering materials.
Our Parex Basecoats range includes:
· MAITE Monocomposant a coloured, breathable and weather-proof mortar which is fit for multi-purpose and intended for use in a mineral render system. It can be used as an adhesive for bonding the insulations to the substrate and creating a basecoat with mesh. It has around 50% more polymer content than other brands due to its granulometric curve and can be built up whilst wet.
· Parinter Renovation which is stocked at our Cheltenham depot and available for purchase online. This is a mortar for restoration and bonding of old hydraulic cement or lime-based renders. This product needs the addition of clean water for usage. It is intended to take a range of decorative finishes including decorative top coat renders and finishes. It’s expected to cover 4-6m2 per 30kg. Please see product details for properties and suitable substrates.
· Monogris E which is a polymer modified substrate preparation and finishing coat designed for different masonry substrates, hence being weather-proof. It is high performance, a grey basecoat and finishing render for both inside and out.
· Parmurex in 30kg bulks - a one-coat, weather resistant grey render for in and outdoors. Its expected coverage is 1.5-1.8m2 per 30kg. See product page for list of suitable substrates and more.
If you can’t find the Parex render supplies you’re looking for or need assistance choosing the best rendering products for your project. Contact our specialist team on 01242 236383.