Monocouche polymer render

nightcreatur

New Member
I am currently having my house rendered with the monocouche polymer product.
The contractor has removed my old cement render and coated the brickwork with a red acrylic product to aid adhesion. He intends to apply the one coat of fassacouche render with no mesh is this accepted practice, all other similar works I have seen, two coats have been applied with a fiberglass mesh.
Thanks
 

Ftp321

Well-Known Member
I am currently having my house rendered with the monocouche polymer product.
The contractor has removed my old cement render and coated the brickwork with a red acrylic product to aid adhesion. He intends to apply the one coat of fassacouche render with no mesh is this accepted practice, all other similar works I have seen, two coats have been applied with a fiberglass mesh.
Thanks
What's in the quotation is there a system break down
 

Elite exteriors

Active Member
I am currently having my house rendered with the monocouche polymer product.
The contractor has removed my old cement render and coated the brickwork with a red acrylic product to aid adhesion. He intends to apply the one coat of fassacouche render with no mesh is this accepted practice, all other similar works I have seen, two coats have been applied with a fiberglass mesh.
Thanks
Basecoat and mesh on anything knocked off is standard it gives it strength and reduces the risk of it cracking
 
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