Alkali resistant reinforcing mesh is now an integral part of modern render systems.

Mesh should always be used when rendering to reinforce and strengthen against cracking. The strength and flexibility of modern fibreglass mesh works together with the latest flexible, breathable renders giving long term protection against cracking caused by movement. 

ETAG Approved Mesh

High quality pressed mesh that doesn't fall apart.

Perfect for any scratch render job.

Used on EWI/Thin Coat Systems.*

Easy to cut.

Bulk Deals Available

*If a system guarantee is required please use the system specified mesh or call us for advice.

"Not all mesh is the same quality and using a substandard mesh is equivalent to using no mesh"

Original K Rend Mesh

High quality pressed K Rend alkali resistant mesh.

Perfect for any scratch render job.

Approved for K Rend EWI/Thin Coat system guarantees.

Easy to cut.

Bulk Deals Available

Look for two key properties

Ensure your mesh has a pressed weave. Mesh that doesn’t have a pressed weave can become unstable and does not perform as well as a mesh that has been pressed, as the mesh can be pulled apart.

Ensure your mesh is alkaline resistant. Mesh without an alkaline resistant coating can break down in the render over time, leaving the render as if mesh was never installed.

Jub Fibreglass Mesh

High quality pressed Jub alkali resistant mesh.

Perfect for any scratch render job.

Approved for Jub EWI/Thin Coat system guarantees.

Easy to cut.

Bulk Deals Available

HOW TO USE RENDER MESH

The application and positioning of mesh is often debated, where everyone will have their opinion - some fully mesh where as others may only mesh stress points and openings. Both are acceptable applications, but the product and substrate need to be considered as to how you apply the mesh, and take the manufacturers' advice. 

As a company, we always say you can’t go wrong with fully meshing the render as it adds that little extra peace of mind.