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Types of cladding

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Fuller & Sons are fully conversant with a multitude of Cladding Products across a variety of Manufacturers Products. The more common of these are listed below. However, a Technical Representative from Fuller & Sons can elaborate on any of these detailed below, and some of the more uncommon Products, on request.

 
 

Aluminum

 

 

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Aluminium-effect cladding has outstanding resistance to strong solar radiation and weather conditions, aggressive environments, humidity, salt spray and pollutants. The excellent surface properties and perfect formability can create excellent architectural ascetics.

 
 

Vinyl-effect

 

 

Vinyl-effect facade profiles are produced using high-quality plastic materials and coated with foil, which has specially proven itself in exterior use. Vinyl facade profiles are characterised by a long service life, low maintenance, high weathering and impact resistance.

 
  Stonechip-effect  

An attractive new facade with fine pebble dash appearance, rear-vented, is perfectly suited for warmth with lasting protection for the masonry. Facade profiles in fine pebble dash appearance are laid vertically or horizontally. With the intrinsic surface of the natural stone granules and the high treatment quality, these systems offer homogenous surfaces which combine the advantages of rear vented cladding systems with the attractive. pebble dash appearance.

 
  Laminate-effect  

Laminate-Effect Cladding is a high-pressure laminate board manufactured under extreme pressure and heat, to form a panel with high strength and versatility, suitable for external new-build or refurbishment applications. Laminate has many advantages, high resistance to impact damage, long life expectancy, weatherproof, frost proof and low maintenance.

 
  Painted Cladding  

Cladding can be painted with Opaque, Gloss or Translucent finish. This can be used to replace materials such as timber planking, and can add interest to gable walls, clad window areas, give  garages a make-over and enhance restoration and renovation projects.

 
  Brick-effect  

The masonry look has a natural appearance and lively surface structure. Cladding systems in brick optics can make a new, appealing facade formation, a reality, with no trouble at all. Horizontally laid, with colour-coordinated accessories, you can create completely individual figurations. The cladding elements of polyester fiberglass, with their light weight, load the masonry with only statistically minimal stress. In conjunction with additional Insulation, the building receives optimum protection against cold and weathering.

 
  Weatherboard  

Weatherboard can be used in new build or refurbishment applications, in both domestic and commercial environments - especially when there is a need for low maintenance and lasting cladding aesthetics. Weatherboard can be used to re-create or achieve a "colonial" architectural effect, such as that often found in regional vernacular architecture.
It can also be used to bring a contrasting "planking" effect to predominantly brick-clad or flat-clad elevations. Not only does Weatherboard satisfy popular  life-cycle costing strategies, it also solves the maintenance problems associated with comparable materials.

 
  Imitation Timber  

Imitation timber facades provide buildings with a perfect driving rain and weathering resistance. They are not only very appealing in an optical sense, they are also optimal in a constructional physical sense due to their curtain-type and ventilated forms.

 
  Slate-effect   The slate effect has a natural appearance and lively surface structure. Horizontally-laid with colour-coordinated accessories, this polyester fiberglass system creates the solid, heavy optical format of natural slate, while loading the masonry with only minimal stress.

 
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