Complete Guide to Render Maintenance

The Complete Guide to Render Maintenance

Whilst monocouche render is low maintenance, that doesn't mean it requires no maintenance. Over time — much like bricks or any other building facade — render is susceptible to the effects of the elements and requires a bit of maintenance now and then.

Use our guides below for help with cleaning, repairing and protecting render to keep it looking fresh for longer.

The three-step guide to perfect render

Cleaning render

Render offers a clean, modern, and attractive finish for your home which will last for more than 20 years if properly maintained. You'll need to wash it down from time to time to prevent noticeable buildup of algae, mould and other environmental contaminants. 

View our guide on render cleaning →

Repairing cracks

Finer cracks in monocouche render can be repaired and retain a similar level and texture to the existing render. However, it is harder to achieve colour shade matching, especially with strong-pigmented colours, and renders which have been in situ for a while.

View our video guide on repairing cracks in monocouche render →

Protecting render

Whilst monocouche render is low maintenance, like any other building facade it is not immune from the gradual buildup of organic growth and dirty deposits or graffiti. This guide will show you how to protect render to prevent these issues arising.

Find out how to protect render with weberend protect

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