The main function of composite cladding is to protect the exteriors of domestic and commercial properties. 

Composite cladding can be installed on almost any house or building. The external use of composite cladding is endless and limited only by your imagination. Of course, there is no reason why composite cladding cannot be used indoors.

Composite cladding has never been more popular and given its many features and benefits, homeowners and commercial property owners can take advantage of these features to save them time and money when compared to their wooden cousins. 

Not only are composite cladding boards beautiful and aesthetically pleasing, but they are also durable, long-lasting and easy to maintain. Installing composite cladding prevents exterior walls from absorbing moisture that can cause damage from rot and decay, leading to eventual failure and costly repairs over time.

Composite cladding offers a durable, long-lasting solution that protects the exterior of most homes and buildings. Composite cladding can also help to insulate any property from the harshest of weather conditions, further reducing heating costs. Although the initial upfront costs to install composite cladding are higher, the benefits of the time and cost-saving features it provides during its long service life outweigh this.

Use Composite Cladding on Commercial Property

Aside from composite cladding on the walls of your home, it can also be installed on commercial or public buildings and property, offering the same level of protection from the elements and adding a pleasing appearance.

When planning for a commercial property, it is always recommended to check the fire rating required. Composite cladding installed above 18 metres has to be Fired Rated A.


Composite cladding can be used on a range of buildings to protect the exterior and add a stylish visual appearance to a range of colours and surface textures.

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