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  • Ready for a dip?

    To guarantee the durability of the new Center Parcs leisure centre in Loudun (France), the main challenge was to make it waterproof! 

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  • Waterproofing and Tiling an Aquatic Centre

    Parex were involved in the waterproofing and tiling of an aquatic in the French centre city of Voves.

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  • Peugeot Dealership, Hinckley

    Materials from the new Parex range of self-levelling floor products and easy to use tile adhesives has been instrumental in transforming Britain’s oldest Peugeot dealership.

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Tiling & Floor Levelling

THE Parex range of floor levelling, tile adhesive and grouting products provides a portfolio of materials offering a seamless solution for successful tiling projects from start to finish.

The products draw on the highly successful portfolio of tiling and levelling products developed by Parex and used throughout Europe and beyond for more than 40 years.

The technically advanced range provides the key to hard flooring projects that both look good and last.

From primers and waterproofing compounds, the Parex tiling and levelling range provides everything required to prepare and fix your tiles from a single source.

Parex products are straight forward to prepare and use and designed to meet a wide range of applications ranging from areas subject to light domestic use to heavily trafficked environments including commercial, retail and leisure use.

Many of the products achieve quick drying and setting times, enabling follow on work to be undertaken quickly.

Parex flooring products offer important health & safety and environmental advantages during installation and in use, with many featuring low dust technology and some offering the option of rapid application using a mechanical pump.

The range has also been specially formulated to accommodate modern methods of construction, including underfloor heating systems.

The portfolio also includes refurbishment and renovation products for older buildings, such as compounds, adhesives and grouts capable of accommodating a small degree of movement, such as areas with existing timber floors. Some materials are also suitable for direct application over existing sound substrates, saving on programme time by making the removal of old surfaces unnecessary.