Grey rendering used on buildings
Looking to render or re-render your building and need to choose a colour that isn’t white, cream or too bold? Then grey could be the answer. Over the last decade, grey has made resurgence as one of the most popular and stylish colour choices for the outside of buildings. As well as PVC windows and doors, grey is also proving to be very popular as a choice for render. And there are many good reasons for this.
Grey is a neutral colour. It’s not as stark and bold as white and it doesn’t mark or stain as easily. Very often, Other coloured render can show water residue or the general signs of wear and tear earlier than grey, which is able to absorb some of the signs of everyday use. Grey also helps new builds and re-renders to fit into their environment. Sometimes white render can stand out a little too much.
Grey is also a colour that is very much on trend. After enduring a time in the wilderness and unfair associations with dullness and lack of inspiration, grey has emerged with a new sensation of class and style. These are the qualities that it can bring to your rendering or building project.