Hygienic wall cladding helps to retain a high level of cleanliness in communal areas like kitchens and wet rooms and extending to commercial properties like cafés, gym changing rooms and canteens. Bathroom wall cladding has become a very popular choice of interior decoration in recent years due to cladding’s general durability, resistance to bacteria and ease of cleanliness.
Cladding is effectively a covering that gives a wall the impression it’s made from a specific material, even though it’s made from something different. It’s quite often you see PVC cladding or wall cladding used on the exterior of buildings, but it’s used sparingly in interior applications, mainly for aesthetics. Composite cladding is made up of various composite materials, and others usually comprise of various stones and metals; these are what give cladding its benefits, which can include moisture resistance and room insulation.
Mainly used for aesthetic purposes rather than for any functional purpose, cladding can usually be found in a few specific areas of a building. While these can include walls, ceiling cladding has also evolved to include many designs, colours and schemes as well as the core materials and textures as wall or plastic cladding.
Wall cladding panels are generally quite simple to install, given that an installation doesn’t usually involve compromising the structure of a wall. Removing cladding boards can sometimes leave marks that will require more than just some paint coats to fix. Having said that, a standard installation with high quality materials (such as our range) will ensure your internal wall cladding stays robust, clean and nice to look at.
To find out more about our types of cladding, don’t hesitate to reach out to the team today.