Screening – Garden feature – Make a statement
It’s fair to say that our customers are very creative, especially when it comes to the use of the Assured Composite® cladding range.
We love the fact that it is so versatile. And it’s completely understandable. Why? Composite cladding is ideal for areas that are hard to reach and difficult to maintain. That’s all thanks to the innovative colour stability which prevents the product from weathering.
So, we decided to discover any other uses for composite cladding, and this is what we found…
Easily hide unsightly exterior walls
Gone are the days of fake stone cladding or pebbledash, but the remnants may still be lurking on your exterior walls. Rendering is certainly an option moving forwards, but composite cladding is just as appealing and will create an architectural feature that gives you serious curb appeal. It’s also straightforward to install, requiring our unique fixing system, composite cladding boards and composite finishing trims.
The final finish creates low maintenance and natural look that will not rot, warp or splinter. You also have the peace of mind that our composite cladding comes with a good warranty, 10 year residential and 25 year commercial.
External layering that gives your home character. It is also really fashionable to use more than one form of cladding on your home.
Covering unsightly walls doesn’t have to stop at your home’s exterior, boundary, exterior building walls and garages can be just as ugly. Using the same straightforward method as above, you can completely screen off a wall without dealing with the expense of knocking down and rebuilding. It will also allow you to tie your home design in with your garden knowing that your choice remains low maintenance and lasts for years to come.
Make composite cladding a design feature on home extensions
The website Money Supermarket did a survey which discovered that 42% of UK residents would prefer to have an extension built rather than move to a new house.
It is widely known that adding an extension to your will add value, and on average, any type of extension will add 20%, according to the same Money Supermarket survey.
With 30% of Brits extending in the past decade, we know that homeowners and renovators are considering extension designs. High quality, natural-looking composite cladding is a modern way to complement brick and stonework. It will also sit nicely against natural surroundings whether you chose a traditional wood colour, or a stylish light grey or blue grey .
Use as screen fencing
Sometimes you just want a bit more privacy in your garden, especially on a busy street or within an urban area. Using composite cladding for boundary fences is an innovative, yet practical way to keep prying eyes out, reduce noise levels and lets you enjoy all the privacy you desire.
Create a bold interior statement
Modern composite cladding whether sanded or wood grain is excellent at providing feature walls for interior projects. It offers a stylish finish and helps to add a bold statement to a specific space. For modern interiors, the clean and precise lines of a thin profile shiplap clad produce a contemporary style that is highly desirable right now.
Used for architectural design
Architects are using composite cladding to create unique design features on residential properties and commercial outlets. It can create a truly unique element to a building when composite cladding is combined with other materials, colours and changes in panel directions.
Alternatively, you can create patterns with your sidings with a combination of cladding colours.