We use 125mm Shiplap Cladding. The tongue-and-groove profile ensures a neat and weatherproof installation.
A range of trim profiles provides for a neat finish - whatever the job.
uPVC is an ideal material due to its durability and hard wearing properties. Used to replace older plastics or traditional wood cladding, fascias and soffits, unlike wood uPVC won’t rot or corrode despite constant exposure to the harsh British elements.
There's no more painting, preserving or staining; no more warping rotting or decaying; no problems with water seepage, insect infestation or grain variety - simply trouble-free surfaces which add style and character to both the inside and outside of a building.
Marine grade fastenings are used to ensure the longevity of any exposed fixings.
Our uPVC claddings have a 'Class 1' fire rating as specified by British Standard BS476. This is the highest (ie safest) surface spread of flame classification.