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Coro-Clad Product Description
External cladding scores in a number of ways – including its protection against weather elements, relatively lower maintenance (as compared to the exterior finish of painting) which is achieved by a mere regular washing, ability to reduce water absorption into the building, providing resistance to pollution and increasing the mechanical strength of a structure.
Aluminium and steel cladding has become the trend in building design. Its advantages include its attractive aesthetics, durability, resistance to corrosion and flame, termites and its ability to be cut or formed in different shapes and styles. It is a good option in high- humidity surroundings. However, its affinity to rust (except the rust- resistant grades like galvanised steel) and regular maintenance have to be kept in mind.
Aluminium sheets are most popular in areas subjected to harsh weather conditions, because of it’s resistance to corrosion. Aluminium can also be rolled into the similar profiles as steel and can be finished in a variety of colours.
Steel cladding can be amongst the lowest maintenance and most affordable ways to finish a building. Steel comes in a wide variety of finishes, shapes and sizes to suit any project.
Timber – Traditional or an exotic wood may be your choice form of cladding for its rugged, natural beauty. With some tender loving care and maintenance it will prove to be durable. Meranti hardwood slats are used with a tongue and groove design, which will ensure that your elegant timber cladding is built to last. Options are limitless and various slatted panel designs are available to suit your home finishes.