We have so many Cladding features available. Here’s to name a few:
Fibre Cement Cladding
Fibre cement is a composite building material made of sand, cement and cellulose fibres. Fibre cement cladding comes in various forms but is often seen in horizontal boards, imitating wooden clapboard and in sheet form. Other formats include imitation shingles. Fibre cement cladding can be used to cover the exterior of a house and can also be used as a substitute for timber fascias and barge boards in high fire danger areas. It is also commonly applied as a tile underlay on decks and in bathrooms and is also easy to secure and maintain as a soffit/eave lining.
The plasterboard is attached using an adhesive designed to bond concrete and wood together.
Alucobond is a composite panel consisting of two aluminium cover sheets and a plastic core. The superb properties of this material boost one’s inspiration and offer architecture a whole new range of solutions – whether your project is a residential or public building, a corporate headquarter, an office building, a trading or industrial complex – or if your organisation wants to create a new image-building Corporate Design – whether for petrol stations, car showrooms, banks or supermarkets.
Polyurethane timber panels
Polyurethane timber It is a unique, high-build, rapid curing protective coating that is specifically formulated to enhance the appearance of internal timber surfaces and to impart a degree of protection rarely achieved by similar coatings.
Polyurethane has three main advantages over many other two-packs. It is available in three gloss levels (matt, semi-gloss, high-gloss) and is normally applied by spray gun. A brushing grade in similar gloss levels is also available for ‘in-situ’ work.
Timber Veneer panels
Global impacts on our natural resources have spurred demands for innovative products to catalyse and compliment future trends in architectural and interior design.
With this need in view, Conceptual Interiors proudly presents an elegant, timely and unique range.