Dura Cladding low maintenance composite cladding has a natural sense of style
If you’re looking to undertake a self-build, renovation or home improvement project using cladding, there are several factors you’ll want to consider before deciding on your final material.
Cladding – or ‘siding’, as it is sometimes known – is a means of covering the external wall of a building with another material, such as wood, concrete, fibre-cement or metal.
Choosing the right cladding for your property is about more than just enhancing its appearance. The right cladding can protect your home from the elements for years to come. It can also have a dramatic impact on its value and saleability in the future.
Unlike traditional wood, Dura Cladding never needs painting, staining, sealing or treating. It is resistant to rotting, splintering and warping. Our woodgrain composite timber cladding range is known Dura Cladding Flush Resist and offers resistance to fire, weathering, staining and expansion. Resist cladding achieves a fire classification result of Class B s2 d0 in accordance with European Standard EN-13501-1.