Roughcast or sprayed texture is a finish which perfectly complements a more traditional building style. Our range of monocouche renders are made to be finished in either scraped or roughcast textures, and are algae-resistant and UV-resistant.
weberpral monocouche system
The weberpral monocouche system is suitable for application directly onto various types of masonry including brickwork, blockwork, and concrete.
Do you need a preparatory key/stipple coat?
Monocouche is a through-coloured, one coat render which is suitable for application onto various types of masonry including brickwork, blockwork, and concrete.
Renders are not adhesives and therefore require a substrate with good suction and key to ensure good adhesion. If you are applying onto either of the following, further considerations apply:
Monocouche renders are available in a range of popular colours from the ever-popular neutral shades such as Chalk, Silver Pearl and Beige, to our more colourful options such as Earth Red, Mushroom and Stone Grey.
Colours shown with an asterisk (*) are only available in weberpral M.
Things to consider
For render boards: Our Monocouche renders are not suitable for application onto render board, instead consider the weberend MT system.
For insulation board: If you are looking for a roughcast finish to go onto insulation board, instead look at the webertherm XP system.
See how it's done
Once monocouche render has been applied, select a 10mm nozzle for spray texture, check the nozzle depth, and apply the spray finish.
Watch the video tutorial to see how it's done.
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A spray texture or roughcast finish can be achieved by machine application of weberpral through-coloured, one-coat renders
An extra layer of protection
Our monocouche renders are algae-resitant and UV-resistant, but for an extra layer of protection, consider applying weberend protect. This highly hydrophobic, colourless coating protects renders from water, oil and graffiti whilst maintaining the appearance of render and allowing it to breathe.