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  • Carden Park Spa

    An energy-saving PAREXTHERM SW Mineral insulated façade system has been specified for the exterior envelope of a prestigious new £10 million plus spa development at one of Cheshire’s leading country hotels.

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  • Three Gates House, Warwickshire

    TWO render systems from Parex were specified as part of a major makeover for a traditional Arts & Crafts style home set  deep in the Warwickshire countryside.

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  • Weirston Road, Kilwinning

    A new development of 64 timber-framed homes on a former greenfield site has been completed using a Parex render specified for its performance and suitability for application in colder conditions.

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  • Chester Zoo

    A special colour of Parex mineral render has been developed to provide part of the backdrop for the unique new Madagascar feature at Chester Zoo.

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  • The View, Colwyn Bay

    TWO contrasting colours of Parex mineral render have been specified for a prestigious new homes development in a prime location on the North Wales coast.

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  • Forge Weir View, Halton, Lancaster

    PAREX renders have helped to provide the key to creating clean modern lines yet maintaining a traditional appearance at an exclusive new homes development.

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  • Passive House Frodsham

    A PAREXTHERM insulated render system is playing its part in the major upgrade of a mid 20th Century semi-detached home in a rural location near a Cheshire village to Passive House standards – the rigorous criteria for low energy homes.

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  • Phoenix Place, Liverpool

    A new £18 million complex providing contemporary student accommodation in Liverpool has been designed to incorporate high levels of energy-efficiency, insulation and comfort with the help of a PAREXTHERM External Wall Insulation System (EWI).

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  • Kew Gardens

    A bespoke solution from Parex has contributed towards a major project to restore and revitalise “the World’s Greatest Glasshouse” at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

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  • Dykes of Gray, Dundee

    An attractive apartments development in a countryside location on the outskirts of Dundee has benefited from a new approach to replicating the traditional wet dash finish typically seen in Scotland and the North.

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  • Glamis Road, Dundee

    A combination of Parex renders feature on 17 new-build private homes in Glamis Road, Dundee, recently completed by Glasgow-based CCG.

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  • Twin Gables, Hanley

    Helping to render a perfect finish for a luxury home: Twin Gables, Hanley, nr Barnet


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  • Taylor Wimpey, Sherford

    Taylor Wimpey new homes development, Sherford, Devon - Parex helps to provide Classical appeal

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  • Hexham Low Energy Homes

    A PAREX render system is contributing to the appearance of stylish new low energy homes in North East England.

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  • Waterside, Kingston, West Sussex

    The classic Art Deco lines of a prestigious seashore home on a much sought after private estate in West Sussex have been created using a render system from Parex.

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  • Gandhi's Temple

    A 1930s structure which formerly doubled as a bandstand and  public lavatories on the headland at South Shields has undergone a remarkable transformation into a striking seafood restaurant with a distinctive nautical flavour.

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  • St Luke’s Hospital, Market Harborough, Leicester

    A PAREXTHERM External Wall Insulation (EWI) system has been installed to contribute to energy-efficiency and comfort levels.

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  • Vida Grange, Pannal, North Yorkshire

    A new care complex offering a range of options for the elderly, features a Parex External Wall Insulation (EWI) system.

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  • Fast build solution For university ACCOMMODATION

    Newly built accommodation for students at the University of Derby features the Parex Monolith brick panel system

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  • Restoration creates home from home again

    The sensitive restoration of a Grade II listed hall nestling in the Home Counties countryside.

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  • Parex render system - Makes for a great Vue!!!

    A PAREXDIRECT acrylic render system forms a major part of the external elevations of a new multi-million pound, leisure complex.

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  • PAREX chosen for iconic landmark hotel

    PAREX render and EWI (External Wall Insulation system), contribute to the comfort and energy efficiency of a new £11 million hotel development

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  • PAREX system contributes to first "energy positive" house

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  • Parex gives Travelodge a makeover

    A variety of Parex render products feature on the exterior to a new 82-room Travelodge...

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  • PAREXTHERM System specified for new CF centre

     The new £6.6 million Wolfson Centre for cystic fibrosis patients in Nottingham features a PAREXTHERM External Wall Insulation system for energy-efficiency and a vibrant appearance


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  • Cultural look for archive project

    PAREX renders have contributed to the classical features of a building refurbished as a new purpose built home for the Black Cultural Archives in Brixton, London.

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  • Keiro Hospital

    Parex Render Systems add warmth to new health care complex

    A Parex External Wall Insulation system is contributing to the visual appeal and energy efficiency of a new hospital and well-being facility.

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  • Public Art, Wakefield Kirkgate Station

    Read about the use of Parex Renders for an exciting new public artwork as part of a multi-million pound upgrade in a West Yorkshire city.

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  • Saltersford Gardens, Holmes Chapel, Cheshire

    PAREX renders have been used to help create traditional appeal for new homes on the outskirts of the charming village of Holmes Chapel in Cheshire.

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  • Linden Homes, Sherford, Devon

    Special detailing profiles and traditional mineral renders from Parex are helping to create the timeless classical appeal to new homes at a major development which aims to create a “new community” on the outskirts of Plymouth, Devon.

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Waterside, Kingston, West Sussex

Parex contributes to Art Deco appeal of an exclusive home.

Waterside is a stunning architecturally designed 4,000 square feet plus property with generous contemporary styled internal accommodation incorporating the latest technology.

An exclusive new-build venture by the multi award-winning Pure Group, Waterside features a modern style seaward facing aspect but relies heavily on Art Deco influences reminiscent of the classic styling of the 1920s for its main entrance elevation.

The newly completed property relies on the highest quality specification of material and finishes throughout with visual impact essential for its beach front location.

The Parex render system was specified by the in-house team with Rendco Rendering Ltd, of Sussex, in charge of the application.

Firstly, they sealed the blockwork using Parex Micro Gobetis 3000 bonding coat, then applied Parex Parmurex base coat at 6-7mm embedded with the Parex TV10 reinforcing mesh. A further 10-12mm coat of Parmurex was spray applied and trowelled flat to receive the Parex DPR Optimum Sand Fine top coat in Marble White which was specified as most suitable for the coastal location of the property.

Gary Redman, company director of Rendco said: "This counts amongst our most prestigious projects to date and we are particularly pleased with the results gained, as is the client. Finishes like these are best achieved using Parex products”.

Explains Adrian Marmont, owner of The Pure Group: “We chose the Parex system because we have used their renders previously and were looking for a high quality fine finish top coat, befitting our fabulous Art Deco inspired house. We are delighted with the end result as the finer texture offered by Parex is one of the best finishes we have seen.”

Client: The Pure Group

Main Contractor: The Pure Group

Applicator: Rendco Rendering Limited, Sussex

Parex Materials used:

Bonding coat: Parex Micro Gobetis 3000

Base coat & primer: Parex Parmurex

Reinforcement: Parex TV10 Mesh

Top coat: Parex DPR Optimum Sand Fine in Marble white

The property is being offered for sale by Knight Frank.

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Micro Gobetis 3000

A bonding coat for low or high porosity surfaces such as concrete, lightweight blockwork, bricks etc. It improves the adhesion for one coat render systems.


A weather resistant and breathable one coat grey render designed for dense masonry substrates, which can be left as self-finished, painted or can receive one of the Parexdirect Acrylic render system finishes. Excellent for float smoothing.

TV10 Reinforcement Mesh

Glass fibre meshes suitable for use with a wide range of Parex render systems and applications.