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Dura Cladding specifications & information

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Essential Guide to Getting the Most From Your Dura Cladding

Whether you’re planning a commercial or residential cladding project, Dura Composites has a durable, simple to install, cost-effective and environmentally friendly solution to help you make the most of your building design.

Our high-performance composite planks combine fade-resistance with outstanding durability and mean you can spend less time maintaining your cladding and more time enjoying it.

To ensure you get the best results, we recommend working with a professional contractor with previous cladding installation experience.

Please ensure that the guidance provided in the technical install manuals below are strictly adhered to as improper installation (including the use of the use of non-approved trims, fixings and accessories) will invalidate your product warranty.

Dura Cladding - Installation and Technical Manual

Contents

  1. Quick Reference Guide
  2. Preparation
  3. Materials
  4. Horizontal Installation
  5. Vertical Installation
  6. Maintenance and Trouble Shooting
  7. Technical Specifications

Dura Cladding planks is made using a highly developed extrusion process and has a unique timber and plastic composition. Made from recycled polyethylene polymers, recycled ground hardwoods and engineered additives, Dura Cladding is an attractive, low maintenance solution.

Dura Cladding, from Dura Composites, is a low maintenance timber composite alternative to traditional wood cladding. Ideal for new build and refurbishment projects, Dura Cladding looks and feels like timber and its unique formula provides lightweight yet durable cladding that will not splinter, warp, rot or fade throughout its 50 years design life expectancy. This introduction and 'how to' guide highlights the features and benefits and shows how easy it is to use Dura Cladding to transform the exterior of any building.

Dura Cladding is available in both flush and weatherboard styles and in 4 widths from 150mm to 300mm 'face' coverage. Weatherboard is ideal for a more traditional appearance and is often used on barns, outbuildings, lodges and sheds. The Flush range have modular fixings enabling them to be flush to the wall. This video allows you to learn more about Dura Cladding.

Dura Cladding is available in both flush and weatherboard styles and in 4 widths from 150mm to 300mm 'face' coverage. Weatherboard is ideal for a more traditional appearance and is often used on barns, outbuildings, lodges and sheds. The Flush range have modular fixings enabling them to be flush to the wall. This video allows you to learn more about Dura Cladding.