Composite Cladding Boards
Wood Plastic Composite (WPC) or Composite Cladding is a tough hard wearing long-lasting cladding board. A man-made product produced primarily from recycled wood fibre, plastics, and bonding agents. They need no staining, painting, or sealing giving you a great woodgrain look with minimal maintenance.
These easy-to-install interlocking composite cladding boards can quickly transform an outside space. Cover over failing render, breeze block walls, or flaking painted walls amongst many other uses. This cladding truly is a much quicker, less messy alternative to traditional render.
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Reasons To Choose Composite Cladding
Why CHoose Composite Cladding?
Composite cladding easily refreshes and modernizes the look of exterior walls and outbuildings and has many practical benefits; not only is it easy to install and more cost-effective than replacing or recovering an old wall in render, but it also creates a brand-new finish that will protect the structure below, unlike wood it won’t rot and is easy to clean.
Composite cladding comes in a range of colours and styles, so it’s easy to find one that will suit your taste and match the existing aesthetic of your home. You can also choose from a variety of installation methods, depending on your budget and the level of expertise you have.
It needs no staining, painting, or sealing, giving you a great look with minimal maintenance. These easy-to-install interlocking cladding boards, carry a 10-year guarantee against splitting, cracking, or splintering when installed in accordance with fitting instructions. It’s resistant to rotting, mold, and insect damage.
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Composite Cladding needs to be installed onto timber or plastic battens, pre-attached to wall or substructure at approx. 400mm apart. This is to allow ventilation to the rear of the cladding. Cladding edges trim neatly finish the edges on corners or around windows and door reveal. These can be purchased as a matching trim or as an alternative why not have a contrasting colour trim.