Renovate your facades thanks to projected cork (KURK)
Thermal and acoustic insulation
Sprayed cork (with an air gun) is simply made up of small particles of natural cork mixed with a minimum of resin. Sprayed on your facades it forms a thin layer with remarkable insulating properties.
A thermal but also acoustic insulation that makes the difference, in addition to your interior insulation. In addition, sprayed cork is a fire-resistant material.
Breathable and waterproof
Despite appearances, sprayed cork is a highly breathable material. It will not cause any condensation in your home. But rest assured, KURK is also perfectly water-repellent, so water will run over it without penetrating it. Moisture stays outside.
Aesthetic and varied
Sprayed cork deposits a thin, slightly grainy layer on your facades. You can choose the size of this grain to obtain various renderings. The grain can be very fine for a certain softness and discretion. It can be more pronounced for something closer to a plaster effect.
KURK is also available in a wide range of colours. Dare dark grey, desert yellow or red!
Good for your budget
Projected cork has a lot of assets to do good for your budget.
First of all, it is an affordable material. Secondly, it has the ability to naturally fill in imperfections, small holes and cracks in your façade. It is therefore no longer necessary to fill them by hand before painting. This is a very appreciable time saver. Finally, spraying is a fairly quick technique to use to cover large surfaces in a minimum amount of time. In addition, KURK can be sprayed on most surfaces!
Finally, renovating your facade with KURK is a faster operation than other traditional methods. Everybody finds his or her way around.
Sustainable and ecological
Cork is an abundant and controlled natural resource. Every tree used is replanted for the future. Projected cork is an ecological material. KURK is also a sustainable technique. Choose the colour of your facade carefully, because you will see it look just as beautiful for a long time!
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