Composite wall cladding is a cost-effective and efficient product that decorates your exterior walls and facades. Unifloor offers a wide range of composite wall cladding to satisfy the unique style and decor of customers about their buildings.
In this article, we explore the definition of composite wall cladding, its popular applications, and the longevity of WPC wall cladding. We hope the article will offer some guidance to clients to have a more comprehensive understanding of composite wall cladding.
What Is Composite Wall Cladding Made From?
Composite wall cladding is made of 60% wood dust, 30% HDPE, and 10% addictive material. Composite wall cladding combines the advantages of vinyl and timber to create a product that is not only aesthetically beautiful but also robust and long-lasting. WPC wall cladding is particularly ideal for outdoor usage since it is UV stable, weatherproof, and simple to maintain. It is frequently used in walls of villas, cottages, hotels, gardens, cafes, restaurants, shopping centers, etc.
Applications of Composite Wall Cladding
- Suitable for residential and commercial buildings
- Widely used for the exterior walls of villas, cottages, patios, gardens, etc
- Suitable for the exterior walls of waiting rooms, shopping centers, cafes, restaurants, hotels, etc
How Long Does Composite Wall Cladding Last?
Unlike wood wall cladding that only lasts for several years, Unifloor composite wall cladding has a long service life of 15+ years. It can last longer with regular upkeep. Long-lasting composite wall cladding will save you time, money, and energy spending on the replacement of the new cladding.
Features of Composite Wall Cladding
- Long lifespan
- Flame retardant
- Visually pleasing
- 100% Waterproof
- Sustainable & recyclable
- Various color options
- Minimum maintenance
- Simple to install and assemble
- Excellent flexibility and tear resistance
- Excellent weather resistance: resistance to UV radiation, wind, snow, rain, hail