Timber, Stone and Metal – all are types of cladding available for both domestic and industrial installation. This week’s article will be discussing the different types of exterior cladding that is available, their best uses and where you will find them installed.

As a national cladding cleaning company we come across a number of materials daily. We hope this article is able to help you understand the different types of exterior cladding that is available out there.

What Is Exterior Cladding?

Cladding is a material that has been designed as a finishing system for construction projects related to the housing and construction industry.

The overall aim of exterior cladding is to ensure that the buildings structure is secured against adverse weather and damages.

Stone Exterior Cladding

There are many different types of exterior cladding available. For domestic uses, stone cladding can be considered if you are after of more natural, elegant home.

It can come in many different forms. The most popular being natural stone. However, natural stone cladding can have its limits if you are working with a budget as stone cladding is often associated with high expenses.

On the other hand, if you would like stone cladding in your home but do not have the resources available for a natural finish, there are alternatives available that provide a professional looking finish.

Timber Cladding

Again, this is a great choice for those of you that want to consider making you home more natural.

Timber cladding is available to both domestic and industrial buildings, but most commonly installed on residential buildings. A far cheaper option than stone cladding, timber cladding panels are installed horizontally and are great for providing natural insulation.

Not only does the natural insulation benefit your home but the environment as well. Timber cladding is known for its extremely environmentally friendly features.

Metal Cladding Panels

Metal cladding is considered “the heavier stuff”. It is most commonly installed on industrial and commercial buildings. However, there are homes around the country that have installed metal cladding.

Commercial buildings favour the metal cladding as it is naturally more hard-wearing than others that are available. Metal cladding is known for its durability and strong properties.

As a result of these features – metal cladding is installed on commercial buildings and other structures that require long lasting materials.

If you are having some issues with cladding panel choices or if you are in need of a cladding repair – we have a team of cladding panel repair specialists available to help you.

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