Have you ever heard about one acrylic plastic, Plexiglas? Majority of us must have known such a material.

Well, plastic has been speeding in our life for the last 50 years.

It looks like the stage of historical evolution of the humanity. Usage of stones, iron, wood and plastic, as a litmus of the progress and ability to create matter in vitro.

Getting back to Plexiglas as the brilliant example of the plastic matter.  It is  is extremely durable, and has excellent weathering properties, and is very resistant to ultraviolet radiation from sunlight and the adverse effects of weathering. Plexiglas is an all-acrylic material, meaning that it is composed entirely of highly durable building blocks called monomers. While this is a clear sheet of the acrylic plastic, most acrylics are blended with other materials to create other easily recognized products such as paint, adhesive or caulk.

Acrylic polymers can be modulated in different ways so that they face necessity of being tough and hard, and very flexible.

Plexiglas is used in banks protecting administrative part of space inside from bullet impacts.

But acrylic polymers can also be manufactured to be flexible, to be tolerant of movement at low temperature, very elastic in their behavior.


As soon as Acrylic technology developed to the point of ability to incorporate polymers into waterborne emulsion, the acrylic latex waterborne house paints has become a common thing in the houses decoration.

The key feature of acrylic materials is that they can be used for a wide range of applications. Therefore, choosing the precisely right acrylic for the job might become not a piece of cake at all.  Polymers to make adhesives would not necessarily make good floor polishes. The polymer chemistry that is used to make elastomeric roof coatings would not necessarily do well as a leather tanning material. The acrylic used for house paint would not necessarily make an excellent caulk or sealant. But they are all acrylics. So, it is better to think twice making the choice.

And the better way is to turn to the professionals who will define the very specific acrylic supply matching the necessities and style of your house.

Specialist of Roger Rendering have mastered the Acrylic Coating and due to experience provide such a service at the top level.

It is a well-known fact that built structures contract and expand over time. This natural movement causes unsightly hairline cracks to appear across the wall surface. Such damages can lead to other levels of structural deterioration. The wall paint may start to stain, peel or bulge with water infiltration,. In this case appearance of mould and mildew is imminent.

Hiding crack by means of applying fresh coats of paint can be costly and time-consuming. All of this can be avoided by using acrylic-based polymer render.

Acrylic rendering with help of Roger Rendering will insure your house from the risks mentioned previously.

Acrylic coating can be applied on surface irregularities & blemishes of up to 6 mm per coat in a single coat. Skim coating over flush jointed block work prior to texture coating application is also possible.

Practical spreading rates depend on the method of application and the condition during its usage. Generally, Acrylic-based polymers render requires mixing with the addition of 15% clean Portland cement and water to achieve the desired consistency of the patching compound. The substrate wall must be dry and free from dirt, oil and other substances that can hinder adhesion.

We provide all types of the Acrylic Coating. Do not hesitate and contact us.

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