There are a wide range of materials used in wall cladding. The type of cladding material used typically depends on the client needs, preferences and whether it is an exterior or interior wall.

Below are the types of cladding we specialise in.

Stone Cladding

Stone is an eco-friendly material and is used both in the interiors for Wall Cladding. There are options of granite, slate, marble, sandstone, limestone, to name a few. Stone imparts a feeling of warmth in the building. Its durability depends on the thickness of the stone as more the thickness more the durability of the Stone. Stone cladding brings a feel of natural style and elegance to your home. The look is unmatched by any other type of cladding.  It uses thin layers of natural or simulated stone.  Stone cladding complements any surrounding.  However, stone can be expensive (simulated stone is somewhat cheaper than real stone however) and more labour intensive than other types of cladding.

Natural Stone cladding includes the more classic travertine and marble in a variety of colours including earthy browns, ivory and cream shades as well as more modern whites and greys. The rich, soft textures of Sandstone in a wide range of colours that include earthy browns and rusts to ivory and cream shades are well suited to a more rustic look.

Slate and quartzite cladding varies from the more rustic oranges and yellows to contemporary black, white and metallic silvers and copper. Depending on the desired effect, cladding can be applied to give a very regular appearance or a more random, natural visual effect can be achieved.

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Concrete cladding

Concrete cladding is a newer type of cladding and it comes in panel or tile form ready for use inside or outside the home.  Concrete cladding can create sleek modern looks or you can have the concrete moulded to resemble natural materials such as stone. You can also cast patterns into the concrete cladding if you wish.  Concrete cladding is incredibly strong and durable, and requires little in the way of maintenance.  It is also a great insulator.

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Tile Cladding

Tile Cladding is available in various options, designs and sizes. Tile cladding is used in bathrooms, kitchens, building exteriors and in areas that need to be highlighted in the interiors. They are available in the form of ceramic tiles, granite tiles, porcelain tiles , glass tiles, mosaic tiles etc. Tiles used for the exteriors should be weather resistant and their colours should not fade when exposed to the sun

The cladding range includes the more classic travertine and marble in a variety of colours including earthy browns, ivory and cream shades as well as more modern whites and greys.

The rich, soft textures of Sandstone in a wide range of colours that include earthy browns and rusts to ivory and cream shades are well suited to a more rustic look. Slate and quartzite cladding varies from the more rustic oranges and yellows to contemporary black, white and metallic silvers and copper. Depending on the desired effect, cladding can be applied to give a very regular appearance or a more random, natural visual effect can be achieved.

 

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