Introducing Our New Composite Cladding
Whether you’re looking to cover up dated masonry, or you’d simply like to add a contemporary finish to a new build, composite cladding could be the ideal solution. Made from a mix of recycled wood and plastic, this highly sustainable cladding is easy to install, requires minimal maintenance, and can withstand harsh weather conditions without faltering. Plus, the wide variety of colours and finishes available will allow you to achieve a truly unique and striking aesthetic on your property.
Benefits of Composite Cladding
Composite cladding has experienced a surge in popularity as a highly sought-after alternative to traditional timber for many reasons. As manufacturing techniques have improved, composite cladding boards now offer a near-identical aesthetic to natural wood, whilst being infinitely more durable and long-lasting. What’s more, due to its largely recycled construction, composite cladding is a brilliant option for more environmentally conscious builds.
Thanks to improved manufacturing processes, composite cladding boards now offer a near-identical aesthetic to traditional timber cladding. Featuring a woodgrain finish, these boards also come in a fantastic range of colours and finishes. These include refined tones such as redwood, or stone grey, as well as more contemporary options such as charcoal, coffee ivory, light grey, olive green, and teak. This combination of natural textures with long-lasting injected colours provides an ideal cladding solution for both residential and commercial projects.
Hassle-free Installation for DIYers and Tradespeople Alike
Along with our composite cladding boards from leading brands, we also offer the full range of accompanying trims and accessories. These include colour-matched corner trims, convenient starter strips and more. Providing this complete system makes installing composite cladding quick and easy, whether you’re a seasoned professional, or a handy homeowner.
What’s more, these boards don’t need to be painted, sanded, sealed, or treated before or after installation. This is thanks to their unique construction and colour-injection method, which allows them to withstand virtually any weather condition without fading or being damaged. Plus, these boards will not splinter or warp across their decades-long lifespan, nor do they fade when exposed to UV light.
As many homeowners will know, one of the primary disadvantages of traditional timber cladding is that it is susceptible to many issues such as damage or rot over time, especially after periods of wet weather. Thankfully, due to the plastic included in its construction, composite cladding is immune to many of the issues that once plagued wooden cladding boards. This means your composite cladding boards will last for several decades, with virtually no maintenance required aside from cleaning.
Composite materials also expand and contract a lot less than wood, which can change shape considerably with the rise and fall of temperatures. While it may not be noticeable to the naked eye, this contraction and expansion can significantly affect the stability and longevity. This high resistance to thermal movement makes composite cladding more reliable, whatever the weather.
Where Can I Use Composite Cladding?
Composite cladding boards are highly versatile, and can be used on virtually any project. This includes both new builds and existing properties, as well as larger-scale commercial projects. These cladding boards are a fantastic choice for covering up aging masonry, or just breathing new life into a property with a more modern façade.
In fact, we even provide types of composite cladding designed specifically for use in coastal areas. Coastline cladding is manufactured and treated to be resistant to the high levels of salt and moisture present in the air along Britain’s coastlines, meaning it will not be damaged or faded over time in the way that other forms of cladding would be.
What Colours Are Available?
The most popular types of composite cladding are all based on traditional wood designs. Below are just a few of the most popular variations, along with a little information on each cladding type:
Teak Composite Cladding
Designed to imitate the wood of the teak tree, this lighter brown colour features beautiful patterns and textures. The beautiful aesthetics of this tropical hardwood has made it a highly sought-after design, which many manufacturers now cater to.
Woodgrain Composite Cladding
Many forms of composite cladding come in a woodgrain texture, designed to mimic the appearance of cut natural timber. A highly versatile way to inject a more natural aesthetic into your property, woodgrain composite cladding comes in a huge variety of styles and colours.
Redwood Composite Cladding
The majestic redwood is one of the tallest trees in the world, so it’s no surprise that many homeowners wish to capture its majestic appearance for their own home. Redwood composite cladding is a great way to do this, thanks to its durability, longevity, and simple installation.
Light Grey Composite Cladding
If you’re looking for a more subtle, modern aesthetic for your property, composite cladding in a light grey would be a superb choice. With a gorgeous appearance that’s full of character, light grey boards would be great for homes at the seaside.
Charcoal Composite Cladding
For an aesthetic that would be truly unique, charcoal composite cladding will lend your property a striking, refined appearance. Often highlighted in a lighter shade than the base, these boards offer vivid aesthetics that will let your home really stand out.
Find Out More About Our Composite Cladding
Take a look at our full range of composite cladding to discover more about these fantastic products. With their easy installation, and minimal fuss across their long lifespan, it’s no wonder that so many homeowners are now choosing composite.
If you’ve still got any questions about our composite cladding boards, or anything else, get in touch with our award-winning customer service team. They’ll be able to answer any query you may have. Call them on 01295 565 565, email [email protected], or use the handy livechat below.