Your Guide to Composite Wall Cladding

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Composite wall cladding is one of the fastest-growing segments of the building materials industry, and it’s easy to see why — this material is durable, affordable, and beautiful. Composite wall cladding can be used on any part of your home, from the outside of your home or office building to interior walls, ceilings, and floors. Though it’s become more common in recent years, it has been around since the 1960s and was originally developed by NASA as thermal insulation for space shuttles.

What are composite wall claddings?

Composite wall claddings are a composite material. The two main types of composite materials are cementitious (made of cement and aggregate) and fibrous (a combination of fibers, usually in the form of wood pulp). Composite wall claddings are a type of cementitious composite. They’re made up of inorganic aggregates such as sand, gravel, or crushed stone; the organic binder such as Portland cement or hydraulic lime; and water. You can find them in fiberglass-reinforced concrete (FRP), fiberglass-reinforced plastic (FRP), polyester/polystyrene foam board (EPS), polyurethane foam board (PUR), or polyethylene foam board (PE).

What are their benefits?

Unifloor offers a number of benefits including the following:

  • Easy installation
  • No need for paint or staining
  • Mold, rot and insect resistant
  • Affordable price
  • Durable and long lasting
  • Thermal insulation properties
  • Variety of design options.

Where are they used?

Composite wall cladding is often used in kitchens and bathrooms due to their ease of cleaning and resistance to water damage. They’re also a good option for exterior walls because they don’t need painting or sealing, unlike cedar. Composite claddings are easy to install, requiring only the use of a utility knife. The only major downside is that they’re more expensive than other types of wood claddings. Unifloor’s composite claddings come with a 25-year warranty against rot, decay, warping and cracking.

How do I choose the right one for me?

Yes, composite cladding is safe in every kind of environment. If you’re looking for a more natural aesthetic for your home or building, composite cladding is the perfect solution. Composite wall claddings have a beautiful wood grain finish that can be painted any color you want. You can also choose the type of paint and stain you’d like to use on your new cladding so that it matches perfectly with your design scheme. Our pre-mixed stains offer a wide range of colors that will suit anyone’s needs. All you need to do is mix them together and apply! You’ll have peace of mind knowing our pre-mixed stains are made from non-toxic materials, making them safe for everyone living inside the building or space.

Why should I use them on my next project?

Unifloor is a composite wall cladding that is resistant to the harshest of environments. It can be used in both exterior and interior applications, and it provides a sleek, high-quality finish. But what are the advantages of composite wall cladding? Here are some of the key benefits: Unifloor has an R9 fire rating

It’s completely recyclable

It’s UV stable, so you don’t have to worry about fading or cracking. Plus, you’ll save on energy costs since this type of wall cladding requires less insulation than traditional materials like vinyl or wood grain vinyl siding does!

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