About Popular External Aluminium Cladding

Aluminium cladding keeps getting more popular all the time. It is durable, easy to care for, safe and offers plenty of style. This type of cladding can hold up to lots of moisture, heat and cold. You never have to paint it. All it takes to clean is the occasional spray with the water hose.

What most homeowners really appreciate about this cladding is its price. You pay for it once. The product you purchase usually comes with an exceptional warranty. With a warranty that lasts virtually a lifetime, you assume no real financial risk when you invest in external aluminium cladding. Many warranties are even transferable which is good to know if you have to sell your home at any time in the future.

When you get your cladding, there is no need for sanding or prepping the surface before it is affixed to your home. This siding can be installed by a professional and because they are so easy to install, they do not take a lot of time so you save money on installation.

These cladded boards come insulated to resist heat and UV rays. This means they last longer, do not wear or fade out from exposure to the heat or sun, and they keep your home cooler all throughout the summer. Your home looks as beautiful decades after the cladding has been installed. In the event that something happens, you have your warranty to fall back on.

It does not matter what colour aluminium cladding you choose, your home will look as great years from now as it did when the cladding was installed. These boards come in a variety of colours which make them versatile for any style. You can be assured the colours will remain true for many years.

Aluminium cladding boards are also compliant with many international testing associations. The harshest places on Earth have passed the test of time with aluminium cladding. This type of siding is used widely in the United States, Canada and New Zealand.

Where environments are tough, the cladding made of aluminium is even tougher. This is assumed with some warranties that are for up to 50 years of use. You cannot find a better material to clad your home with than vinyl cladding. It offers convenience, style and durability.

In many places, harsh weather conditions can be extremely dangerous. This type of cladding will protect the home from damage and is considered safe from many natural disasters. That says a lot for the person looking to cover their home and trust that the cladding will hold up even in hurricane conditions. In New Zealand, after a major earthquake, this type of cladding held up on homes that were over 30 years old. Truly, this is a durable, disaster-proof product.

The maintenance is also easy. For the life of the cladding, all it really takes to clean is washing. A simple spray with the garden hose will keep the siding looking fresh and new. The siding will not rot, warp or bend even after being exposed to water.

When considering a new cladding for the home, think Abbey Aluminium siding first. It is a one-time investment, easy to install and it lasts for decades. All the while, it protects the structure and your family. It also helps make the home more energy efficient. The siding looks beautiful for decades. This will keep your home’s value intact for decades as well.

Speak to a local dealer for details about getting aluminium cladding on your home. Get prices and see the options that are available from them today.

 

Listen to your heart

You know it’s an easy thing to say but god damn it’s hard to do sometimes. A lot of the times I think your emotions can send you one way when logic is clearly pointing one way (which seems the most correct way, but again you just don’t want to listen!).

Have you ever had a time in your life where you know that something or someone was just no good for you but instead of ditiching it and leaving it behind, you spent all your money and all your time persuing it and trying to make it yours.

Then as you would figure it doesn’t work and you spiral into a depression. We’ll I guess you live and learn. Time heals wounds but it’s too slow if you ask me.

Stay tuned for more blog posts by me…

Sadly yours,

Jasper…