Renderer Req'd - Bradford

#1
Lads,

Having settled on for a plasterer (have another on here) I am also need a quality renderer for the same property. Also want to know what product is preferred, K Rend or Parex on here?

Thanks
 
#3
what should I expect to pay for a 3 bed semi?
 

madmonk

Private Member
#9
Worst for what reasons? Not as durable? Or is it because its more difficult to apply?
in my eyes krend don't have the body to it like weber it seems more runny and wet to apply
 

CeeVee

Well-Known Member
#11
Why do you want to use k rend?
I'm guessing its cheaper?

The cheaper you want stuff doing for, the worse job you're gonna get.

Every time.
 
#12
Why do you want to use k rend?
I'm guessing its cheaper?

The cheaper you want stuff doing for, the worse job you're gonna get.

Every time.
Everyone I've had quotes from have told me that K Rend (silicone based) is the better product. Conflicting information being given. Is Parex a scratch render?
 

CeeVee

Well-Known Member
#13
Everyone I've had quotes from have told me that K Rend (silicone based) is the better product. Conflicting information being given. Is Parex a scratch render?
Yes. Same as Weber.
I've never used K rend because of the advice off this forum
 

owls

Private Member
#16
Everyone I've had quotes from have told me that K Rend (silicone based) is the better product. Conflicting information being given. Is Parex a scratch render?
Why are you asking on here for then, if you've already had multiple quotes for the job?
 
#19
I want the best job with the best product! Everyone I have spoken to is talking about K Rend and everyone on here is recommending Parex.
 
#20
Why are you asking on here for then, if you've already had multiple quotes for the job?
Isn't a forum a place to come ask the experts for an unbiased opinion instead going to people or tradesmen that will push a product they get the best deal on or try to sell themselves as the best thing since sliced bread??