A building can be well-protected against bad weather conditions as well as other irritants that might be harmful to the structure by using wall cladding.

Architectural statements, thermal performance, structural integrity, fire safety, and even building functionality are just a few of the many tasks that cladding systems can accomplish.

In many different fields, a variety of pre-made and custom systems and products are easily available at TSL to meet client needs.

Advantages offered by wall cladding

The main purpose of cladding is to protect the walls from various elements that produce damaging effects and also direct exposure. It has a number of benefits.

  • Can increase the mechanical strength of any structure.
  • Can protect the underlying structure and also provides aesthetics.
  • Can improve thermal insulation.
  • Can serve decorative purposes.
  • Can improve the resistance to cracking and at the same time increase the temperature.
  • Reduces water absorption.
  • Provides resistance to sunlight.
  • Can safeguard against air and chemical pollution.
  • Can offer the right acoustics for your sound insulation or absorption

Different types of wall cladding

The kind of materials utilised to make different forms of wall cladding allow for differentiation. Technology advancements have added a variety of options to meet the growing demand for higher resilience and better protection at a reduced cost.

  1. Natural stone cladding

The price of natural stone cladding typically varies depending on the type of stone bought, such as:

  • Slates
  • Sandstones
  • Marble, Granites
  • Limestones
  • Quartzites.
  1. Vinyl cladding

Colours for vinyl cladding come in a wide variety. Vinyl is the least expensive cladding material that has been shown to be energy efficient, which can help you save money.

  1. Aluminium cladding

Comparatively speaking to other metals, aluminium cladding has many advantages. Aluminium has a density of roughly 2.7g/cmᶾ, which makes it weigh about one-third as much as steel.

  1. Wood cladding

Wood still remains the most aesthetically beautiful cladding material. Installed frequently in long, narrow planks that can be fitted horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.

  1. Brick cladding

Clad in brick comes in a range of colours and is made of lightweight materials. It offers complete defence against all elements to which it may be exposed.

  1. Fibre cement cladding

Sand, cement, and cellulose fibre that serves as reinforcement make up Fibre Cement Cladding.

  1. Stainless steel cladding

The stainless-steel cladding is incredibly robust and resistant to the influences of the environment.

  1. Weatherboard cladding

Weatherboard is formed of a timber tapered board that is laid thick end over the narrow end, resulting in two layers of cladding at specific locations on the wall.

  1. Glass cladding

Both interior and outdoor applications are possible with glass cladding. It offers a useful and affordable substitute for painting, tiling, and other types of ornamentation.

  1. External foam cladding

A form of foam, like expanded polystyrene, is used to create exterior foam cladding.

  1. Ceramic cladding

The ceramic tiles are further supported by ceramic cladding. Its rising demand is caused by the many advantages it provides.

TSL can offer you all these types of cladding materials.