RMH Plastering are delighted to now be able to offer the Revolutionary Natural
Breathable Render - Thermocork.
Spray cork is the ideal replacement for traditional renovation systems. Breathable, flexible, weather
resistant, insulating render. The solutions & qualities offered by this stand alone product may seem too good to be true-it truly is natures gift!
Thermocork is a natural cork render for new build and renovation projects. It provides a sustainable, innovative solution for homes, residential, commercial and industrial buildings.
Recommended by Kevin McCloud presenter of TV’s Grand Designs, it offers an eco-friendly and high performance alternative for plasterers and render companies. Cork is taken from the cork oak tree but no trees are felled. Instead the bark is stripped away and this releases oxygen into the air, which reduces carbon dioxide in the environment.
That’s good for the planet. The tree’s bark grows back each time. So it’s a sustainable resource (unlike quarried materials). The raw material goes to make Thermocork.
Highly durable and flexible coating-It cannot and will not crack!
When it’s on, it stays on covering a range of surfaces, including amongst others wood, plastic & steel!
Strong insulator that creates a thermal barrier and reduces thermal bridges.
Patch repairs possible , potentially avoiding unnecessary whole wall re rendering or removal of old render.
Good Sound Insulation
Reduction in noise and vibrations by up to 12dB.
(Euro-class B safety rating), water resistant and breathable (this helps prevent against mould and damp, giving people a healthier living and working space).
Or should we say -lack of! Unlike other modern renders which hold impurities from the air, algae etc, thermocork cleanses itself of impostors and best of all it absorbs CO2 - Making it a product beyond carbon neutral!
Imperious to salt water (making it an ideal coating to be used on the coast), guaranteed 100% waterproof, Sustainable- grown from a tree not quarried from the ground, VERSATILE-Not only used as traditional renders would be on walls but can be used on roofs, sheds, vehicle roofs (to stop condensation) the list goes on and on ,,
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