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FUTUREWOOD® CUSTOM PRODUCTS AVAILABLE IN 7 CATEGORIES
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Building materials have come a long way over the last few decades and wood, stone, and concrete aren’t the only products in the mainstream. There are now new and more durable range of materials out in the market that are being used by modern Australian homes and buildings nowadays. Introducing, composite building materials. These advanced materials come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and uses. You can find external wall cladding made out composites and many more. To find out more one their advantages over other materials, here’s a quick rundown on the advantages of using composites, particularly external wall cladding materials.

Increased Resistance To Fire

One of the major problems with wood is that it easily burns. Add in some paint and you’re bound to have your house or building burned down even faster. However, that’s not the case with composites. Sure, cheap timber cladding is readily available. However, they pose a risk to your investment. Composites, on the other hand, are fabricated to withstand heat and resist combustion. It’s also perfect for use on homes that have high BAL rating. The overall appeal of composite cladding is topped off with fire resistance. It’s a huge advantage for homeowners who value safety among others.

No-Hassle Maintenance

Upkeep is an essential part in any building. Areas that are in direct sunlight or are located outdoors need to be maintained on a regular basis to ensure quality is still on par with standards. Composites, however, are not like real wood. Maintenance on external wall cladding materials is made easier and less frequent. You don’t need to paint or stain the boards for them to look good and last long. All that needs to be done is to install them correctly and then that’s it. Occasional cleaning can be done to further lengthen the lifespan of the boards.

Offers An Array Of Styling Options

There’s a huge lineup of timber cladding that you can choose from in 2018. And there’s even more styles to delight upon when it comes to composite cladding. The sheer number of styles to choose from will make you build just about any type of project you desire. There’s a design, color, and texture that will fit your design scheme. Composite cladding can make your building or house look anywhere from rustic to ultra-modern. The combinations are endless.

Environmentally Friendly

Most of the time, composite cladding is made out of recycled materials. Typically, the wood fibers are taken from reclaimed wood. This makes it less of a burden for the environment as no additional trees are needed to be cut down just to make these items. Recycled plastics are also put to good use as they also get used in the production process. Aside from making high-quality cladding, the process also benefits the environment, lessening the waste that would have otherwise been thrown elsewhere.

They Have Exceptional Longevity

Because of the materials and the process used to make them, a composite cladding product lasts longer than any regular hardwood, whether it is used for cladding or for other purposes like flooring installation. Most manufacturers place a 25-year warranty on their products but they could last way beyond the given warranty. With minimal care, composite cladding can last almost a lifetime without needing replacement. They do not easily wear out. Unlike wood, composites are far more resilient than their natural counterparts. With this in mind, any homeowner would be enticed to use composites for their home. The initial cost, however, is a slight drawback as they are more expensive than wood. On the other hand, given their long serviceability, composites remain a better option than natural wood. This goes for cladding, decking, or installation of fences for additional privacy. This material is definitely a huge plus on any home.

Contact Futurewood now if you are thinking about using composite wood or co-extrusion timber for your cladding project.