Stakeholder - Saint-Gobain Weber
Products and ServicesRenders and Decorative Finishes:
Weber render products are carefully manufactured to produce high quality, long-lasting and durable finishes.
Rejuvenate existing buildings or provide a high quality finish for new build projects from a range of traditional finishes and advanced flexible coatings.
External Wall Insulation (EWI):
Weber EWI systems can simplify wall construction in the new build sector or extend the life of existing buildings by providing thermal insulation to keep the old structure warm and stable.
Weber offers a wide range of highly technical products suitable for concrete protection and repair, precision grouting, bedding mortars and structural strengthening. From roads and bridges to airports and marine structures, Weber offer reliable and durable products suitable for a wide range of projects.
Tile Fixing Products:
Weber offer a full tile fixing solution including preparatory products, tanking system, tile adhesive, tile grout and silicone sealant.
These products have been formulated with new technologies, including Weber’s Low Dust Technology™ and PURE CLEAN anti-stain technology, to ensure the very best for your project from start to finish.
Weber flooring products offer the complete solution to your project whether you require a floor screed which is suitable for residential, commercial or industrial installation.
Developed for speed and ease of application, Weber’s screeds give a smooth surface ready for foot traffic after only a few hours offering consistent and reliable drying characteristics with optimum strength and durability.
Saint-Gobain Weber specialise in the manufacture of industrial mortar products including renders and decorative finishes, tile fixing products, floor screeds, technical mortars and external wall insulation (EWI) systems.
The advantages of monocouche renderIdeal for rendering brickwork or blockwork, Saint-Gobain Weber explains the long list of advantages to using monocouche renders… In the past, once a homeowner decided to render their property, the builder tasked with doing the job would probably have used a sand and cement-based render. Made by mixing four-parts sand with one-part cement, it’s
How to render onto a mix of substrate typesThere are so many unknown irregularities when rendering onto a mix of substrate types that prevent an informed judgement being made on how to carry out the work. Here’s Saint-Gobain Weber’s advice on the best action to take. This issue is usually regarding the different expansion and contraction rates of various types of