Cladding

In construction, cladding or siding refers to a protective or insulating layer fixed to the exteriors of a building or another structure. This structural cladding form the skin of the building serves as a control feature, weathered shell, protects and strengthens a building. Cladding can also create a building an attractive look.

Aluminium Composite Panel (ACP) Cladding

Aluminium Composite Panel (ACP) is one type of flat panels that consist of a non-aluminium core bonded between two aluminium panes. Aluminium sheets can be coated with Polyester paint or PVDF. ACPs are often used for external cladding of buildings, for signage and insulation.

Aluminium Composite Panel (ACP) is very stiff and tough despite its light weight. Aluminium can be painted in any colour, and ACPs are manufactured in a broad range of metallic and non-metallic colours as well as patterns that mimic other materials like wood or marble.

Cement fiber board cladding

Cement fiber board Wall Cladding is made up of cement and cellulose fibres. This composition has led to an extremely high quality wall cladding. The panels have a natural looking wood grain structure. Shera is environmentally friendly and meets the requirements of the Buildings Decree (building guidelines) and the Building Materials Decree (prohibition to leach harmful substances).

HPL Cladding

High pressure Lamineted Exterior wall cladding serves to improve the weather protection, external appearance and the thermal insulation of the building. This composition has led to an extremely high quality wall cladding. The panels are available in various shades that  satisfy your designs.  HPL is environmentally friendly and meets the requirements of the Buildings Decree (building guidelines) and the Building Materials Decree (prohibition to leach harmful substances).