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FUTUREWOOD® CUSTOM PRODUCTS AVAILABLE IN 7 CATEGORIES
Custom Decking
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Custom Weatherproof Cladding
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CLEVERDECK®DECKING
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Xtreme® CO-EX
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Original Composite Decking
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ENVIROSLAT®DECORATIVE CLADDING &
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ENVIROSLAT® DECORATIVE CLADDING & SCREEN FENCING AVAILABLE IN 2 CATEGORIES
Decorative Cladding & Screen Fencing
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  • tickLong Lengths
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Custom Decorative Cladding & Screen Fencing
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CUSTOM DECORATIVE CLADDING & SCREEN FENCING
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ENVIROSLAT®WEATHERPROOF CLADDING
ENVIROSLAT® WEATHERPROOF CLADDING AVAILABLE IN 2 CATEGORIES
Weatherproof Cladding
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  • tickQuick and easy fixing
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Custom Weatherproof Cladding
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Do you want to find a new way to transform your monotonous exterior walls into something that’s extremely impressive? Add house cladding panels on your feature walls as a diy project or contact a professional builder who can help out. Choosing the best exterior house cladding products available this year, 2018, will help you to totally transform and add drama to your home’s exterior. If you need some inspiration and you wish to know some of the greatest modern house cladding ideas in Australia these days, don’t hesitate to check sites like Pinterest. Listed below are a few tips you might find useful when designing your exterior walls using house cladding panels.

Natural Stone Cladding

The latest trends have shown a preference for this material because of its all natural look. It is known for its countryside appeal and a palette of neutral yet diverse colours. Some of your choices for natural stone are granite, sandstone, and limestone. They look great on its own but they also work perfectly well with other elements. For instance, if you have a deck with a timber flooring and adorned with soft linen upholstery as well as woven rugs, adding house cladding panels made of natural stone on the wall near this outdoor space will give it a more stunning appeal. But this material comes with its own set of drawbacks. First, this type of cladding can be quite costly for average homeowners who are on a shoestring budget and the weight of this product should also be considered during its installation.

Timber Cladding

If you are looking add a distinctive warmth to your home’s exterior, then you should consider the installation of house cladding panels made of timber. You have a wide range of options like different sizes, shapes, texture, and color. Since you will be installing this in your outdoor area, which is a high moisture zone, natural wood will not be a good option. Think about getting composite wood or co-extrusion timber.

You might be wondering what their advantages are over wood. Composite wood and co-extrusion timber are known for their longevity. Since they are made of natural wood and recycled plastics, you will get the best of both worlds. They last longer than conventional wood even if they are exposed to wind, rain, and sun for a long time.

Composite wood also requires little maintenance. This type of house cladding panels was made with the disadvantages of wood in mind. Natural wood requires regular staining to preserve its appearance. It is also prone to cracking, splintering, rotting, and mold growth. Composite wood or co-extrusion timbers do not have any of these issues. In terms of maintenance, all it needs is a simple wash and you’ll be able to maintain its almost new look and stunning design without any fuss. There’s no need for staining, sanding, or even power-washing, which are otherwise required for house cladding panels made of natural wood.

Composite wood or plastic wood is also the favorite of many builders and homeowners because of its uniform color and appeal. Because these house cladding panels are made out of mixed materials, each board will have a similar look. If you think about boards that are made of natural wood, they fade after using it for several years especially if you don’t stain or seal them on a regular basis. If you wish to avoid such problems, you may want to use composite wood instead of traditional wood for the external cladding of your house.

If you choose natural wood, you need to treat it regularly to avoid pest infestation. However, these treatments may also pose risks to your health and those living in your home. If you don’t want to put your family in danger and also get rid of the cumbersome tasks of regularly treating the wood, it is best to buy composite wood or co-extrusion timber. These materials can also be used for the installation of a deck, screen fence for privacy purposes, and flooring. If you are unsure, contact a building expert or a reputable supplier of composite wood like Futurewood.