Am I getting lied to about Scraped Textured Render?

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Hello,

Need some help please?

Trying to get a quote for rendering a house (brick) just to keep the water out.

I want Parex, a few quotes have said I would need a rend aid layer first before applying any Parex.

One quote however has said I don't need it and he can use Parex Scraped Textured Render.

I googled "Scraped Textured Render" and all that came up was K-rend examples.

I don't know if Parex do Scraped Textured Render or not and the guy is lying about it, plus I don't know if a 50 year old brick house would need rend aid or not.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
 

CTPlastering

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Parex do, do it . Somebody will help you soon i have not done mono :)
 

keithuk

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We rendaid if the brick has a poor key to it ,like a smooth finish ,very hard to comment without seeing pictures
 

algeeman

It’s A Boy
#4
Rendering and all the weep holes in the world will not keep the damp out......keep your house warm and dry.

Render is a choice not a must.
 
#5
How do you know that you want Parex but don't know anything about Parex. I'm baffled.
 
#6
Rend aid is a weber product. Parex version is microgobetis different to rend aid. A fifty yr old house is going to probably need an algae wash, followed by a render system.
 
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