UPVC Cladding

The low-maintenance, weather-resistant solution UPVC cladding can enhance and refresh the appearance of your home. It provides an attractive, low-maintenance and weather-resistant solution for replacing rotten timber cladding, concealing problem areas of brickwork or adding an interesting new feature to your property. Available in Shiplap or Open-V styles, UPVC cladding is designed for easy installation with a simple clip-together fitting system.

The range of colours and realistic woodgrain finishes available means you can create a truly unique appearance, whether you want a rustic timber-effect or a crisp contemporary white finish.

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Thermal Insulation

Keeping you and your home as energy efficient as possible. We install a layer of thermal insulating material to keep you warm in the cold winter months and limit the amount of thermal escape through the walls. A simple addition that will make all of the difference.

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Colour matched shiplap cladding

All our roofline systems are supplied by the same manufacturer which means all colours are exactly matched across the product range. That means our whites are the same white across all products and our woodgrain finishes are all perfectly matched.

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Hardie plank cladding

James Hardie® fibre cement is made to last. It can better resist extreme weather conditions like blistering sun, UV rays and very high temperatures. With low maintenance required your home will stay solid and beautiful.


  • Properties: HardieZone™ Technology for advanced climate protection
  • Dimensions: 3600 x 180 x 8 mm
  • Overlap: 30 mm
  • Weight: 7.4 kg per plank, 11.419 kg/m2
  • Density: 1300 kg/m3
  • Fire rating: A2, s1-d0
  • Warranty: 15 years

Non-combustible cladding

HardiePlank cladding stands strong even in the most extreme adverse events. Our weatherboards are non-combustible, achieving the highest rating possible (A2, s1-d0) for a coloured facade product. HardiePlank has been extensively fire tested under the 13501-1 suite of fire tests for CE compliance, and would not contribute to the propagation of fire.

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