Cedral: creating beautiful homes for decades @CedralUK

For decades, Cedral has been helping homeowners and professionals create buildings that are both beautiful and resilient. Engineered for style, strength and sustainability, Cedral facades offer a minimum life expectancy of 50 years, with quick and easy installation and low lifetime maintenance.

Manufactured to withstand nature’s harshest conditions, fibre cement doesn’t rot, rust, warp or crack and is fire, frost, mould and water resistant and is the ideal alternative to traditional cladding. Fibre cement also has an excellent fire classification of A2-s1, d0. Additionally, fibre cement uses less raw materials, less energy and less waste than some traditional building materials.

The fibre cement planks can be mounted vertically or horizontally and come in wood effect or smooth finish in a choice of 21-factory applied colours and two woodstain finishes that will stay colour-true for years. Cedral also offer a roofing range of fibre cement slates which offer different textures and colours, making them exceptionally architecturally versatile.

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With local advisors across the UK, as well as a dedicated customer service and technical advisory department, Cedral’s team is on hand to guide you through every stage of your project.

A beautiful finish to a spectacular multi-level home in Scotland

When architect Graeme Andrew, of ataSTUDIO designed a family home in the village of Kilmacolm, the final piece of the jigsaw was the choice for a facade.

Graeme and the homeowners chose a fibre cement weatherboard cladding material, Cedral Click, for an exterior look that was in keeping with the house’s surroundings and contemporary design. The multi-coloured façade accentuates the minimalist, horizontal lines of the building. The cladding also helps to reduce the building’s environmental impact, enhancing the residents’ thermal comfort and providing a durable, low maintenance solution.

A modern makeover of an architect-designed 1970s house in South Yorkshire

A family was very happy with their 5-bedroom bungalow apart from its external appearance which was becoming very dated and dilapidated. They considered replacing the exterior cladding with a similar type of tile but worried that vertical tiling wouldn’t give them the quality, contemporary look they wanted.

The fact the building was in the Ranmoor Conservation area could have posed a problem but Cedral facades have been used successfully in other conservation areas and the project was passed.

Smooth-finish Cedral Click weatherboards in contemporary Slate Grey have given the tired looking house a new lease of life.

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