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Detailed Instructions for installing uPVC Cladding.
From handy hints and tips, to how far apart plastic head pins and nails should be fixed, this handy fitter friendly guide below is designed for trade professionals and DIY'ers alike. If you can't find the answers you are looking for, do not hesitate to pick up the phone and call the ‘Fascia Experts’ on 01254 918 005.
uPVC Shiplap Cladding is a fantastic and versatile product which can be used to replace old rotten timber cladding, or to simply to add a new dimension to any building. uPVC Cladding is a solid and rigid product that once installed provides a maintenance free uPVC cladding solution for up to 30 years. White Cladding is available in two distinctive styles - Shiplap Cladding 150mm and Open V Cladding 100mm. Both types of White uPVC Cladding can be installed either vertically, horizontally or diagonally.
Please follow the instructions below before you start installing your brand new uPVC Cladding.
FasciaExpert.co.uk recommends that our uPVC cladding be installed over a timber stud frame or over a masonry or block substrate and should be fixed to a preserved treated timber batten.
Cladding fixing points should be no further apart than 600mm for White Cladding, and 400mm for Woodgrain or coloured Cladding.
Don’t get caught short, try and make sure you have everything you need before you start the replacement of the cladding. The checklist below should help you cover all bases.