Teckwood are supplier of high quality composite decking, cladding, balustrade and fencing to discerning customers throughout the UK. Eco friendly, water resistant, low maintenance and fire rated wood plastic composites designed to look and feel like real wood.
Teckwood have used technology to revolutionise the exterior cladding industry, to provide superior protection for your home by developing a siding board that is more attractive, durable, class B fire rated and longer lasting. The strength, performance, appearance, texture and beauty of Teckwood’s exterior cladding can be explained by its composition. It consists of a
Have you ever wondered how we make our building products sustainable at Teckwood? Wood plastic composites (also known as WPC) combine qualities uniquely suited to accommodating both domestic and commercial preferences in the construction market. They are the ideal green sustainable solution that makes use of organic material with virgin, recycled or renewable plastics, normally
Cladding is a term that refers to components that are attached to the structure of a building to form non-structural, external surfaces. Whilst composite cladding is generally attached to the structure of the building, typically it does not contribute to its stability, cladding can, however, play a structural role in transferring wind and impact loads.
Before we dive into our composite cladding installation guide, we need to know why we should even use it, so… Investing in Teckwood Class B Fire Rated composite cladding is a smart move. The composite cladding will transform any building, providing a fresh modern look. Teckwood only sell high quality wood plastic composite (WPC) products
The building envelope is now challenged more than ever to respond to the movement of heat, air, and water over the life of the building. Interior fires in buildings are usually controlled by a sprinkler system and/or fire-fighters. When the fire grows and reaches the flash stage it can leap out from the building onto
Why not consider wood plastic composite cladding where you might previously have chosen traditional timber? Wood will never lose its instinctive appeal as a building material. We appreciate its natural characteristics and we have built with it and used it to decorate our buildings for many thousands of years. Why use Teckwood’s composite cladding? Yet
The world is full of different building materials and imagining how they look in our homes can be tricky. We’ve introduced our composite cladding visualiser to help our customers bring their ideas to life. This realistic tool allows you to see exactly what your home would look like using our contemporary range of cladding colours
Developers W.C.L. of Stockton on Tees have recently completed the installation of cladding work on a curved building at a primary school in York. Clad in our eco friendly cedar composite cladding, the circular wall created a challenge for the design team at Harris Irwin Architects to construct a functioning composite clad, low maintenance wall
Croxley Park is billed as more than just a great place to do business. It is an impressive headquarters for international companies and combines the perfect work like balance. Close to the M25 and the London Underground and Overground network the developments unique amenities ensure that Croxley Park is more than just a place to
If you are looking to add composite cladding to your home but do not want lots of tireless work and hard labour, look no further than Teckwood’s fire rated composite cladding. Installation is very easy, securely screw the starter clip in place then off you go. Further boards are secured in place using a stainless