Month: February 2017

An Overview Of The Different Types Of Cladding For Houses

In order to make sure that your house will last as long as possible, you should cover the outside with house cladding. There are many different types of cladding that can be used which can emulate many different materials. Some of the cladding can be used on the exterior of the home, meant to protect the underlying structure. It will also have a very aesthetically appealing appearance that will help improve not only curbside appeal, but the value of the home itself. It can actually last up to 50 years depending upon the type of cladding that is used area it should also be installed by a professional. It is also important to consider how it will look on the outside, and whether or not you want to completely change the appearance of your house using some of the different styles that are available.

 

Why You Might Want To Use Stone Cladding

 

This is a very unique form of cladding that actually takes on the appearance of not bricks, but actual stone. If you have ever seen old-style homes, ones made a century ago, this is how it will make your home look. It is becoming more popular than ever before, and simulated stone, as you can probably guess, is going to be a lot cheaper than the real thing. It will give it a very earthy and natural appearance, with a touch of elegance, which is something that many people will appreciate.

 

Timber Cladding Might Be Your Best Choice

Another possibility is timber cladding which, in some cases, almost resembles a hardwood floor. It’s a popular choice because of its rustic appearance, and because it comes in panels, shingles and boards, you have a lot of variety to choose from. It is environmentally friendly, a natural insulator, and it will literally change the appearance of your home. However, there are those that prefer the more vinyl appearance, such as vinyl siding that is sold all over the world and comes in many different colours.

 

Weather Board Cladding

 

Another type of cladding that you should consider is whether board cladding. This is sometimes referred to as fibre cement. It can be stained in many different colours, and it may actually be made of timber or reconstituted hardwoods. It is going to last a long time, regardless of its outward appearance. Start by looking at providers that have a construction license, for instance, you can research Abbey thermalboard cladding for houses and their competitors. Remember not every provider has a builders lisense.

 

Fibre Cement Cladding

 

If you have ever seen homes that have those shakes on the outside of their home, fibre cement cladding will look very similar. It is actually made by compressing sand, cellular fibre, and cement into sheets. It will look like wood, but it’s going to be completely different when you start to examine it directly. It will require very little maintenance. It will never have to be painted. To keep it clean you simply need to spray it off. Due to its consistency, you will never have to worry about using a power washer or sprayer on the outside of your home because you cannot harm this material

 

There are a couple other types that you might want to consider which is traditional vinyl and also metal cladding which might be preferable. If you already have a metal roof, this might be the perfect complement for your home. It will give it that sleek modern look, and it comes in aluminium and steel. All of this is very easy to install. His lightweight, durable, and it will likely last for decades, even in the most inclement weather. These are some of the examples of the different types of cladding that you can choose from if you are going to do and exterior home improvement project.

 

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