Maintenance-free, cost-effective and visually appealing, aluminum cladding enhances both homes and offices alike. The coating that is applied to the aluminum renders the material resistant to an extensive range of conditions making it weather, corrosion, and chemical-resistant. Regardless of a building’s shape or design, aluminum cladding can be matched with the aesthetic of any structure because it is available in a variety of different styles and designs.
The process of installing aluminum cladding entails:
- Waterproofing - First, a waterproof layer is installed to inhibit the build-up of moisture on the surface and within the structure of the property as well.
- Layering - Sheets of aluminum are then layered one on top of the other to deliver a robust waterproof seal. Extremely durable, this cladding requires minimal maintenance and will last for up to 50 years.
- Coating - To enhance the protective properties of the finished product, one or two applications of coating are applied, with an airless spray system. This increases the structure's resistance to extreme conditions and when done at regular intervals, lengthens the life of the cladding as well.
Installing aluminum cladding is a simple, straightforward process and is becoming increasingly popular because it is a versatile, cost-effective, and durable solution.