Acrylic Rendering

Acrylic Rendering is a unique material comprising a mixture of plastic polymers and petroleum that provides its strong and flexible structure. Acrylic-based renders offer better water resistance than cement renders, as well as higher strength against the piercing sun. Though the final appearance of acrylic renders is comparable to cement renders, acrylic is less prone to cracking over time. Additionally, acrylic renders are applied in a thin layer  about 1.5 to 4 millimeters thick  that allows for rapid drying times of about one to two days, after which the surface can be painted.


This material can be applied over most substrates including clay and cement bricks/blocks, concrete surfaces, hebel panels/blocks, fibre cement sheeting, expanded polystyrene sheet, blueboard and painted surfaces.