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5 reasons to choose Silicone Render

Post on 17 June 2015
K Rend Silicone TC, Pure White, Surrey
  • K Rend Silicone TC, Pure White, Surrey
  • K Rend Silicone TC, Pure White, Northern Ireland
  • K Rend Silicone TC, Haynes Car Museum
  • K Rend, Silicone Technology, Doorway close up

​Rendering a property is a massive decision taking into account many factors - Suitability, Texture, Colour, Cost…the list is endless. Another factor that should be taken into consideration is the products longevity.

The K Rend silicone range incorporates silicone water repellents as an integral part of the cement based render system. Silicone technology imparts a high degree of water repellency to the render system allowing the substrate to breath. This ensures a freshly rendered surface appearance for a prolonged period. The finish is drier and thus more resistant to algae growth and the natural phenomenon of lime bloom.

Why choose silicone render?

> Water Repellent

> Low Maintenance

> Allows structure to breathe

> Natural looking finish

> Extensive colour range

Find out more about our superior Silicone Technology.

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  • Felix Thomson, 17 June 2015

    Can you explain something about the thermal qualities of K-rend?

  • K Rend, 19 June 2015

    Hi Felix, thanks for posting in our blog. We have sent you over some more information about K Rend products and thermal conductivity. If you require any further assistance or technical advice please do not hesitate to contact us.

  • Mrs Jo Dyke, 1 July 2015

    Could you advise me if K Rend would be a suitable product to re-render for our Victorian property that does not have a damp proof course? My concern is that if the original mortar was lime based then the concrete element of the K Rend would just act as a sponge and suck the ground water upwards. Also, the interior walls of the property have been dry-lined so just how breathable is K Rend as I don’t want to end up with sopping wet walls sandwiched between dry lining on one side and impervious concrete render on the other!
    Any advice gratefully received!

  • K Rend, 1 July 2015

    Hi Jo, thanks for posting in our blog. I have emailed you further details as regards your query. A member of our technical support team will be more than happy to assist.

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