Coloured Cement Mortar
A premixed general purpose mortar for building with brick and block. Available in a range of strengths, colours and textures.
Our dry premixed mortars are made with hydrated lime and white cement to give a choice of many different colours and two textures, perfect for achieving the look you want.
If you're looking for Formulated Lime, Hydraulic lime, HL5, Lime with a Hydraulic Binder, then this is the same type of mix - a blend of lime, fillers and white cement. For historic buildings needing pure lime mortars, see the rest of our range. https://www.lime-green.co.uk/products/lime-mortar/natural-lime-mortar
Our coloured cement mortars are available pre-packed in 25 kg paper sacks for smaller jobs, or can be delivered in 1000 kg bulk bags as required. If you are working on a larger project, or a commercial development, then we can mix mortars to your specific requirements and arrange silo storage for extra on-site convenience.Find Supplier
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Our coloured cement mortars are used in modern masonry walls for a unique decorative look. Frequently matched with high quality bricks on inspirational projects, they are a great choice where lime is not technically required but a highly decorative bespoke facade is desired.
Colour, Texture and Strength
Available wide range of colours; please ask for our colour brochure or samples.
CG texture for joints of around 10 mm and wider
RG texture for joints of around 6 mm and wider
Available in a range of strengths,
Class i : capping, copings and sills.
Class ii : below DPC and in chimney stacks
Class iii : general use
Class iv : lowest strength for internal works and very sheltered locations
Lime Green Class Mortars conform to EN 998-2 and are available in a range of standard mix designations. Further information on choosing the correct designation is available in Approved Documents and EN998-2 and EN 1996-1-1 Eurocode 6.
Colours & Textures
Please note that colours on screen may vary from actual finishes.
Use this colour chart to narrow your choice of finishes then get in contact with us for your your colour samples.contact us