Composite Cladding FAQs

Composite cladding is high in plastic, meaning it gives off more heat when on fire so it's more likely to ignite.
Not really because composite is already resistant to water, UV rays and other weather elements.
You can use composite cladding as fencing. It is an innovative and practical way to have the privacy you require.
Composite cladding is fire-rated class B which means it has been certified for use on office buildings and hotels.
Yes, composite cladding can be used outside because it's UV resistant, water-resistant and resistant to a lot of the weather elements.
Composite cladding will expand when there is fluctuating temperature. To contain the expansion, you can leave a 5mm gap.
Yes, composite cladding is waterproof. It is also resistant to insects, UV rays, water and any other elements of weather.
Composite wall cladding is a wood and plastic mix that is low maintenance, anti-rot and weatherproof.
If installed properly then it will look great.
Composite cladding can last up to 15 years but if looked after and installed correctly can last 25 years.