Wall Cladding

Wall Cladding

Dry Cladding

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Dry cladding is a method of wall cladding where the cladding material is installed without the use of mortar or adhesive. It involves mounting panels or tiles directly onto a substructure, creating an air gap between the cladding and the wall. Dry cladding offers benefits such as easy installation, improved insulation, and enhanced aesthetics, making it a popular choice in modern construction.

Advantages
  • Increases the mechanical strength of a structure
  • don’t need to grout
  • avoid contamination of the stone dust
  • Improves thermal insulation
  • Serves decorative purposes
  • Reduces water absorption
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Zinc Cladding

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  • Zinc 2
  • Zinc 3
Details

Zinc cladding refers to the use of zinc as a material for covering the exterior walls of a building. It offers a distinctive appearance characterized by its natural metallic color that evolves over time. Zinc cladding provides durability, corrosion resistance, low maintenance, and design versatility, making it a preferred choice for contemporary architecture.

Advantages
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Self-healing
  • Low maintenance
  • Appealing style
  • Easily malleable
  • Less energy required for manufacturing
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