Dura Louvre Cladding product range
Find out more about our louvre cladding planks
Dura Louvre Cladding is available in 140/40mm profiles, in Cedar and Charcoal, to suit every project need. They are an ideal solution for commercial purposes such as office buildings and for the screening of unsightly areas.
Dura Louvre provides an aesthetic design solution to protecting a building against extreme solar influence, or to covering unsightly areas whilst still maintaining desirable daylight. Dura Louvre can help reduce the thermal heart in south-facing buildings as well as reducing energy costs by minimising air conditioning requirements. It combines style with a range of clever benefits such as privacy, weather protection, energy efficiency and ventilation.
Fixing: bracket options
Colours: Cedar or Charcoal
Our louvre cladding planks are available in three 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 Louvre 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.
Once you’ve selected your product type, colour and surface finish, it’s time to think about fixings. Dura Louvre uses a simple bracket sleeve to fasten the cladding to the substructure. The brackets are fixed to the substrate at set vertical or horizontal separations, and the Dura Louvre profiles are then fixed into the brackets. Various bracket sizes are available in both Cedar and Charcoal. Available dimensions and configurations are shown below:
The use of the louvre cladding brackets will be dependent on the width that is required for the application. If you require the cladding planks to be spaced further apart, then the bracket on the right will be used, whereas if you need the planks closer together, the bracket on the left will be used.