We solve the issue of sustainability by using the bark of a cork tree as our raw material. The cork tree doesn't need to be felled to obtain the bark and the re-growth process absorbs 5x more CO2 than if it was left un-harvested.
Externally we solve poor looking render with corks natural flexibility and ability to resist staining and sea salt (due to where it grows). We can often overspray other renders without the need to knock off.
Internally, we prevent mould growth using corks natural thermal benefits. This increases the temperature of the wall, moving the dew point and stopping moisture condensing on the wall and being attracted to the food source.
We are also solving the problem with thicker IWI and EWI where these can't be used due to planning, affecting the character of the building or creating to many additional works. SprayCork can be used very thin without the need to remove skirtings, coving, door frames etc. It has been tested to prove it's vapor openness so won't increase moisture levels in the fabric of a building over time and it's spray ability means excellent coverage with no chance of air gaps or thermal bridging issues. Think of it like a insulating, breathable skin.