PRB Monocoche vs. Weber

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JakNap

New Member
Hi

I am looking for some suggestion. Building our house and now at the stage where we need to carry out exterior rendering. Our preference in Monocoche rendering purely because of less maintenance and painting later on.

My plasterer is suggesting PRB which I haven't heard of. I know Weber from Saint Gobain. I know PRB is cheaper than Weber but are they similar in quality?
 

bobski

Well-Known Member
Very comparable.

Both decent products.

Only difference is, is that Weber is time tested in this country.

Not sure on how long it's been established in France.

One of the prb lads will be able to tell
 

Ftp321

Well-Known Member
Hi

I am looking for some suggestion. Building our house and now at the stage where we need to carry out exterior rendering. Our preference in Monocoche rendering purely because of less maintenance and painting later on.

My plasterer is suggesting PRB which I haven't heard of. I know Weber from Saint Gobain. I know PRB is cheaper than Weber but are they similar in quality?
Do some research on thin coat systems
Much better and lower maintenance than monocouche still giving you that modern render appeal
 

PRB_Ryan

Member
Hi

I am looking for some suggestion. Building our house and now at the stage where we need to carry out exterior rendering. Our preference in Monocoche rendering purely because of less maintenance and painting later on.

My plasterer is suggesting PRB which I haven't heard of. I know Weber from Saint Gobain. I know PRB is cheaper than Weber but are they similar in quality?
Morning,

PRB are a French manufacturer of Monocouche Renders, Screeds and Adhesives. Established in 1975 - PRB are still the only privately owned and family run company specialising in the manufacture of these products. The creator of PRB was also the 3rd French producer of Facade materials.

In the market, our materials are sold at a more cost effective rate compared to other manufacturers. This certainly doesn't mean they are a lower quality, in our opinion, it is quite the opposite. Our PRB SUPERBRUT, is classified as a Semi Lightweight Monocouche, giving you a better coverage per bag and also being a lighter material is less likely to have issue potential cracking issues - however, this is also substrate, being semi-lightweight gives makes the product easier to use and gives greater flexibility.

SUPERBRUT can deal with a variation of substrate densities because it is a semi lightweight material which is a huge added benefit which some other manufacturers can not offer.

We have a range of products available for a vast array of substrates. Whether its a high suction background or a painted substrate, we will have the solution.

For more information on our products, you can also visit: www.prbsystems.co.uk

Alternatively, please visit this link to find the contact details of our Technical Manager who will also be able to advise: https://www.prbsystems.co.uk/about/team/

PRB - products that withstand the test of time
 
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