House Rendering Services

Our house rendering services is ready to help you pick the right material for your property. We offer Wethertex, cement, polymer, lime rendering, acrylic, monocouche, silicone render and other renders.

Our Exterior Rendering Services

The choice can be intimidating - that's why our team of designers are ready to help you pick the right material for your property and put any doubt you might have to rest. Learn more about the different types of rendering below or get in touch today.

Cement Render

Cement Render

Cement render used to be one of the most popular types of materials for exterior rendering. Cement is famously strong, long-lasting, and able to withstand any wear - all the characteristics have made it a favourable material for rendering projects. Cement is also cheap, available in various tones, and suitable for most kinds of properties.
However, this type of rendering material might crack if the house's structure moves and needs regular repaints to continue to look at its best.

Polymer Render

Polymer Render

Polymer render is the development of solid materials such as cement and lime. However, a polymer mix also contains plastic-based products and polymers, allowing them to be more flexible and less prone to cracking. Since they often come as a pre-mixed solution, you will find them in selected colour tones. This reduces the level of maintenance required to make your exterior rendering look at its best.

Lime Render

Lime Render

Lime render is a solid and resistant option for rendering. It is available in a variety of hues and colours and has high weather-resistant abilities. In particular, lime render is the best option to reduce age signs in older or period homes.  Indeed, older properties are often more subjected to issues such as water damage and rainwater penetration. Lime render, which is highly breathable and flexible, can protect the underlying wall while allowing air to come through. In turn, this can alleviate water and moisture issues and extend the walls' lifespan. 

Acrylic Render

Acrylic Render

Acrylic rendering materials are usually combined with one of the rendering types seen above. Indeed, Acrylic renders are thin coatings that can give it its final attractive look when applied over a solid layer of render. In some cases, fibres are also added to the mix, which prevents the render from cracking and improves its overall finish.

Monocouche Render

Monocouche Render

                                        

Monocouche renders - meaning "single-coat" in French - is an evolution of the cement render and comes in mixes that contain water. Just one coat of Monocouche render is enough to give your home its new look. Monocouche rendering is usually more expensive than other materials but much easier and quicker to apply. Additionally, it is through-coloured, self-cleaning, and antic-cracking and does not require painting.

Silicone Render

Silicone Render

Silicone render is a newer entry in the field, but it is yielding surprising results. The rendering materials are pre-mixed and self-cleaning, meaning that they will require minimal maintenance once applied. And, it allows your home to look good no matter the weather or daily wear.

Last News and Articles

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Wethertex MP44 Pliolite Spray Wall Coating
Wethertex MP44 Pliolite Spray Wall Coating
John Smith 10-10-2025

The Wethertex MP44 wall coating is one of the newest high-tech alternatives for rendering. It is spray-applied and offers an especially-formulated Pliolite resin technology. This type of wall coating is perfect for new, older, and period homes thanks to its flexibility, adhesion, and breathability - and can last for almost 50 years!
Aside from making your home more waterproof and weatherproof, it can also protect the walls from water damage. 

Wethertex PP77 All-Weather Pliolite Masonry Paint
Wethertex PP77 All-Weather Pliolite Masonry Paint
Ann Brown 09-09-2025

Wethertex PP77 is the best option on the market if you are looking for exterior wall paint that will insulate, protect, and enhance your home. This premium coating is designed to withstand any natural element and extreme sub-zero temperatures. Aside from providing perfect adhesion, this paint protects the underlying walls from elemental damage. If you can't wait until summer to renovate your home's look, this paint can be applied in winter in temperatures as low as -5°C

Exterior Rendering Colours

Thanks to the latest technologies and materials used for exterior rendering, you can now pick the colour that perfectly matches your needs and design preferences.

The main types of house rendering products available include:

  • Paintable rendering - paintable rendering offers you a white solution that can be painted in the colour you prefer. While paintable rendering might be highly versatile, the paint can fade away quicker, which means that your walls might require more maintenance.
  • Through-coloured mixes - this type of rendering can be more expensive but also much longer-lasting. It comes in a wide range of tones and hues, and, once applied, there is nothing more you need to do to enjoy your home's new look.

When selecting the right colour for your home's exterior, our designers with decades of experience can offer you the guidance you need. However, it is recommendable that you pick a colour that either reflects your home's style or the local area's tones.
Additionally, if your home is older or has historical character, you should consider finding a type of rendering hue that makes some details stand out. For example, you could opt for pastel tones while leaving original stucco decorations visible in white.
Lastly, not all rendering colours are as resistant or suitable for your property. For example, crisp white will require more maintenance than other tones such as Azure Blue, Ivory, Sand, or Granite Gray.

Rendering Colours

Rendering Colours

Rendering Colours

Would you like your home rendered in an attractive colour?

Our coloured rendering service is top-rated at the moment. We offer a choice of over 40 colours, eliminating the need for external painting. We use K Rend for coloured rendering, which is considered the best in the business but we can offer whole range of colours. 

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