1. Cladding protects and insulates your house
A1 Cladding can protect your home from the elements and help to prevent structural damage. Cladding adds an additional layer to your outside walls and can be used to insulate your house. You can add insulation panels to your home.
2. Cladding can reduce maintenance
Cladding adds an extra layer to the exterior of your house, so it may require less maintenance. Because of the weather, brickwork can often require maintenance such as plastering, re-pointing and painting. You can protect your brickwork by having cladding installed to your home.
3. Cladding adds style to your project
Cladding can transform your home and give it a contemporary or traditional look. Cladding is a smart, modern-looking board made from angular material. It can be arranged to create a panelling effect for your home. For a more traditional look, you can choose cladding that shows the natural shape of your tree but has a rural-style edge.
4. Cladding comes in many materials
Although steel and aluminum are the most common cladding materials, they tend to be preferred by the commercial and industrial market due to their smooth finish. Timber and slate are classic cladding options for houses. These materials create a rustic appearance. The natural appearance of stone-effect and real stone cladding gives homes a rustic look. However, stone effect cladding tends to be more affordable than the real thing. UPVC cladding Weatherboards are great for renovations or new homes.
5. Cladding is very easy to put in
You don’t have to wait for your job to be done if you hire a professional company to install your Cladding. Installing cladding is done by attaching batons on the exterior walls of your house. Batons will create a gap in between the cladding & wall, which will help with insulation and ventilation. Next, attach the cladding to the batons at an angle to allow water to run away to prevent damp patches from damaging the wall and attract algae.