Acrylic Texture

Today's style of architecture increasingly is moving towards "coloured render" style but what you may not know is that "rendered" house you're thinking of is actually a Dulux AcraTex Acrylic Texture system

More than Just Render strip

Or is it ?

As an industry founder in the early 80's we can tell you that the genesis of our industry (Acrylic Texture) was actually the limitation and failings of cement renders resulting in the development of what we now know as Acrylic Texture Systems

Those problems still exist today with cement render.

Cement Renders are inherently hard and brittle - prone to cracking and efflorescence staining.

Dulux AcraTex manufactures a range of trowel applied Acrylic Texture systems that deliver the contemporary render style your planning for but with Flexible Acrylic technology that won't crack and delamaminate.

If it's a coloured "rendered" look you've specified, ask your builder is he using Dulux AcraTex Acrylic Texture

Call into your nearest Dulux Trade Centre to find out more....



Dulux AcraTex Products are designed to be used in system as specified in relevant Product Data Sheets and Approved Dulux Specifications.

Dulux AcraTex warrants to the Customer that the Dulux products and components of the Dulux Exsulite EIFS Cladding System as installed by the and maintained in accordance with the Dulux Exsulite Installation Manual and will comply with New Zealand Building Code relevant sections.

To make a claim under warranty, please contact Customer Service by telephone or post using the contact details provided on the label. You must show proof of purchase and bear all expenses incurred in making a claim. The benefits of this warranty are in addition to other rights and remedies under any applicable law. Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the New Zealand Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if they fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.

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