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    Best cladding for semi-detached home


    What type of cladding best suits a semi-detached house, peddledash, lime or polymer? How do these options compare and what are their pros & cons? Which do you think I should choose and why? Thank you!

    Asked by Joyce on 16th Mar 2021
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    "Stylish & strong fibre cement cladding

    Made from advanced material fibre cement, HardiePlank® cladding is an engineered cellulose-fibre and cement composite that offers the ultimate in fire, moisture, rot and pest resistance. The unique properties of HardiePlank® cladding offers major advantages over conventional cladding materials, providing ease of installation, design flexibility and enhanced durability.

    Made to last

    With advanced seventh generation technology we’ve created the most durable HardiePlank® cladding ever made. Enhanced properties for unmatched durability. Our additives are chemically bonded to provide lasting resistance to rain, hail, wind, fire, rot and pests.

    THIS IS THE BEST CLADDING OUT THERE IN MY BEST JUDGEMENT ALSO RENDER Monocouche Render Systems please look up on a website , is flexible over time and comes in colours and no need to paint for years and easy to clean
    many thanks David bush
    bush builders"

    Answered on 16th Mar 2021 - Member since Jan 2020 - report

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