Why Choose Teckwood’s Composite cladding?
Teckwood’s European Class B fire rated composite cladding is at the forefront of development. Not only does the FSC® certified cladding provide a hardwearing protective barrier our low maintenance eco-friendly cladding recreates the textured look and feel of timber cladding as you can see on our composite cladding visualiser.
Teckwood eco-friendly composite cladding is the ideal low maintenance, rot free alternative to traditional timber cladding and siding. The simple combination of FSC® certified timber and recycled high density polyethylene plastics make wood plastic composite cladding one of the most environmentally friendly and comprehensive European Class B. fire rated building products on the market.
Our European Class B fire rated WPC cladding has been designed with the beauty of natural wood decking, it is a superb over-clad solution for existing properties, or a part of a new build façade. Available in four contemporary colours, the distinct colour fused look takes skill and impeccable attention to detail to achieve enabling homeowners, constructors and architects to create striking individual homes which are fire rated and very low maintenance.
We begin our formula by combining real timber with recycled plastic to replicate the natural character of the wood, adding the longevity, durability and the strength of plastics. To create a low maintenance composite wood cladding that means you will never have to treat your facade throughout its lifespan. Wood plastic composite cladding offers improved acoustic performance and thermal conductivity.
After adding colour for depth and subtle variation our engineers complete the process by adding an ultra violet stabiliser along with an anti mould agent to ensure that your wood plastic cladding will stay rich, vibrant and naturally long lasting beautiful for years to come due to its unsurpassed protection in even the harshest of environments.
Composite cladding is not just about the appearance, it is a UV stable cladding, easy installed and offers excellent value for money making it a long term investment that will not let you down.
Teckwood’s distinctive wood plastic composite cladding is the perfect green solution for garden homes, houses of distinction, commercial properties and any architecturally led project.
The Best Fire Rated Composite Cladding On The Market
Wood plastic composite cladding is visually attractive in appearance and has minimal maintenance requirements. It is one of the best European Class B fire rated materials for cladding on the market. The quality of the FSC® certified timber and recycled plastics used to replicate the authentic appearance of traditional wooden cladding has a huge impact on the stability and calibre of your finished facade.
Simple & Easy To Clean & Maintain
Teckwood’s composite cladding is a premium product and is available in a variety of warm contemporary colours and never needs to be oiled, painted, sealed or stained. The ultra violet sun and water resistant boards will last for years without rotting, warping or splitting. Occasionally, should you wish, wash your composite cladding using a soft bristle brush and soapy water or alternatively use a jet wash.
Safety & Durability
Our carcinogen free high performance elegant cladding is ideal for all outside areas. It is manufactured with an innovation easy installation fixing system. Teckwood’s wood plastic composite cladding resists mold, mildew, vermin and will not rot, crack or splinter. Our composite cladding system gives your home a timeless façade.
Design & Low Life Cycle Costs
Not only does our FSC® certified European Class B cladding offer an innovative and unique solution. The elegant design and unrivalled durability can accommodate the most challenging of design. Initially the cost of timber cladding may be less than wood plastic composite cladding but when you take into account the recurring cost of maintaining of a timber cladding, especially if you have to scaffold the building, the life cycle costs of composite cladding will offer lower operating costs throughout the full life cycle of the building.