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Dura Cladding product range

Find out more about our Dura Cladding planks

Dura Cladding is available in three different widths, from 150mm to 2500mm, to suit every project need. Available in both flush and weatherboard styles, there are several attractive colours to choose from, making it an ideal solution for commercial or residential purposes.

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Dura Cladding Trims & Accessories

Dura Composites supplies a comprehensive range of cladding trims and accessories in matching colours to complement your building design. For more information about adding the finishing touches to your cladding or siding, please consult our free Technical Manual or speak to one of our friendly staff on +44 1255 423601.

Our Starter trims ensure a professional, clean look for your composite cladding.

Starter Trim

Internal, External and Expansion Trims provide a professional finish whilst allowing the composite cladding to expand and contract with the changing environment.

Internal, External, Corner and Expansion Trim

Our range of complementary Finishing Trims can be cut to size to suit window or door frames.

Finishing Trims

The trim insert allows for quick installation and covering of fixings, ensuring a neat finish to your cladding project.

Trim Insert

Our end caps clip in easily to the end of cladding planks to give your cladding a clean edge.

End Caps and Plugs

 

Fascia trim 230mm x 9mm available in Cedar, Barn Black, Charcoal and Teak

Fascia Trims

 

Composite Cladding in Cedar, Grey, Teak, Charcoal and Barn Black

Our cladding planks are available in five colours. To check colour availability for product types, please visit the product range page. Colour samples are available on request, or for large orders, bespoke colours can be selected.

Please note that colours shown are representative only; actual colours may vary slightly. Whilst Dura Cladding is relatively colour stable, there will likely be some initial colour lightening as the product weathers, which typically occurs in the first 3 months.