Could cladding compliment your home?
When people think of cladding they probably visualize that old weatherboard house that looks like it’s been through more hell than any other house on the block. Well that is the cladding of the past because the cladding of the present is a contemporary aesthetically pleasing and insulating system that would enhance the appearance and the feel of the home.
The term cladding is defined as the process of joining one material to another for the purpose of protection which is exactly what house cladding does by offering a strong barrier against the often unforeseen weather conditions. The cladding itself is a multilayered material that is majorly made of wood, plastic or vinyl, metal, masonry (e.g brick and stones) or composite materials the many layers in cladding work together to provide a strong and long lasting system.
Cladding is not just made for its durability but is also resistant to fire, can be recycled, resistance to bugs and rot and it requires little maintenance. Cladding is also highly aesthetically pleasing and can add a lot of value to your home whilst needing little cost in its installation.
The environmental consideration of cladding is very intriguing, mostly if you are bothered about the green gains of your home. During the manufacturing procedure of cladding no waste is formed because of the highly efficient procedures attached to it. It is also intriguing to know the production of vinyl cladding takes less than half the fuel and energy that it takes to manufacture bricks,. Due to the fact that cladding is a lightweight material the energy required during the transportation process is reduced.
The energy that will be of concern is your energy bills. Cladding can also reduce these as it acts as an insulator on your home, meaning you will be warm in winter and comfortable in summer and would not need to depend on fans and heaters so much.
At mitten Vinyl offers an extensive ranges of cladding styles, types and colours to make sure you discover one that is accurate for your home.