Cement Board Cladding
Fibre cement cladding is crafted using a combination of cement , cellulose, sand, synthetic fibres and water, giving a long lasting and durable cladding board which lasts for years to come. It is often used on buildings where a contemporary look is desired, and is one of the most practical solutions for building facades. These boards are manufactured using advanced technology to ensure the chemically bonded boards should withstand a range of impacts come with a 10-year guarantee, subject to our terms and conditions.
There are many benefits of using fibre cement boards on your project. One of the greatest advantages is their superb weather resistance; the boards will absorb and release moisture without impacting durability. They also will not rot over time when exposed to rain. Other benefits are listed below:
- Easy to install: These cladding boards can be installed vertically or horizontally, with a 30m overlap on each board.
- Low maintenance: No need to sand or varnish the boards – they are already created with top level durability.
- UV resistant – Boards will not fade when exposed to intense sunlight.
- Wide range of colours available – The vibrant colour palate ensures you choose a colour which suits your project.
Please also see our full range of screws, trims, fixings and accessories below to support your purchase. All are available in a range of RAL colours to match your project. The cement fibre boards will require perforated closures and the correct length screws (45mm). Please consult the installation guide for further details. Each board covers 0.65m², with a 30mm overlap per board.
Weather resistant fibre cement cladding
Whilst timber or composite cladding have traces of wood in their structure, fibre cement boards do not, and because of this, they do not expand or contract in the hot summer months.
The advanced blend of cellulose fillers and fibres with water creates cement, which is then pressed and rolled to create a pliable material formed into 3.66m cladding boards.
A woodgrain effect is achieved by manually etching the boards, and then painting them for a premium finish.