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about us

At Weber we care about building better for people and the planet by offering solutions that deliver sustainability and performance to mortars customers.

We specialize in the manufacture of industrial mortar products including renders and decorative finishes, tile fixing products, floor screeds, technical mortars and external wall insulation systems.

Weber is part of Saint-Gobain, the world leader in light and sustainable construction. Saint-Gobain designs, manufactures and distributes materials and solutions for the construction, mobility and industrial markets. All brands at Saint-Gobain are guided by a common purpose: "MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER HOME"

A world leader in industrial mortars

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Our history

It was in Paris, in 1902, that Georges Weber began manufacturing plaster and lime coatings for facade cladding.

In 1910, the small company left for the American adventure and dressed the stairwells of the tallest skyscraper in the world, the Woolworth Building.

Twenty-five years after its creation, in 1927, Weber bought its competitor and Parisian neighbor to form the Weber and Broutin establishments, which exported mainly to the United States.

In 1929, with the Wall Street Crash, the American market closed. Weber and Broutin found new life thanks to the Paris International Exhibition in 1937.

The company is launching key products in the Reconstruction effort: Pétrifiore, a paint that avoids porosity, Cimentolithe, a protective and decorative coating. They adorn the buildings and new houses and even the facades of the palace of the very young film festival in Cannes!

1964 marks the start of national expansion for Weber to get closer to its customers. The acquisition of Weber and Broutin by the Poliet group in 1970 gave it the means to achieve its ambitions. From its modern headquarters in Servon, Weber et Broutin covers all of France with 11 production centers and 13 distribution centers.

The 1970s were also marked by the acceleration of product innovations thanks to the development of R&D: in 1972, Weber launched monocalite, the first single-layer coating and diversified its product offering, with the first insulating mortar, Rékalor, in 1980 , and the Ferma range, in 1988 which became the reference for tilers.

This diversification is accompanied by the development of customer services, which Weber has made one of its trademarks. Weber guides its customers on the choice of products, provides them with technical details, and created the essential Weber guide in the early 1990s.

Thanks to the acquisition of Poliet by Saint-Gobain in 1996, Weber took on a global dimension and expanded its presence particularly in South America, Asia and the Middle East.

Weber today brings together more than 10,000 people in around fifty countries.

This incredible expansion transformed the small Parisian company into a global group in the space of a few decades. It has succeeded in preserving its identity and its values, reaffirmed during the Coweberation, in particular quality know-how, and, which is the strength of the company, a spirit and a way of living together.

Our promises

customer proximity

Customer proximity

We commit, beyond our local footprint, to be always by your side as your reliable, expert business partner

innovative solutions

Innovative solutions

We commit to constantly anticipate your needs and bring added value solutions



We commit to respond to your challenges by bringing you trusted solutions which offer productivity, financial benefits and a quality finish, delivering the expected performance.



We commit to care about people by making installation and indoor environments more comfortable and safer, and to care for the planet by reducing buildings’ environmental impacts

We care about building better for people and the planet