How to Evaluate your Vinyl Cladding

Using vinyl cladding used to be the way for many Australian homes. It was popular in the States and Canada, so why shouldn’t it work here? It seems that Australians really do have it tougher over here. The original vinyl cladding wasn’t designed with the Australian climate in mind. The weather gets hotter and abuses the outside of a house more. This leads to water leakage and warping in the vinyl cladding.

The Best Alternative to Vinyl Cladding

The solution came a few years after the original introduction of vinyl cladding in the form of Palliside cladding. It’s an original, Australian-made product designed for Australian temperatures and climates. It doesn’t suffer the same fate as other cladding products. It’s a 7mm-thick cladding product that can actually contract and expand with the heat.

Palliside Cladding Benefits

Of course, since this product is designed for all us Aussies, it knows what our houses face. Not only does it withstand the heating and expanding normally seen in vinyl cladding, it also has excellent water absorption. Water-damaged vinyl cladding exposes the inside of your house to rot and water damage. Palliside has a water barrier that prevents any water from getting in. The thickness of the Palliside cladding keeps it from peeling off the walls in the wind. It’s so durable that it even can resist hail damage. Vinyl cladding can normally be brittle and prone to cracking, but Palliside remains tough through all weather conditions

In conclusion, the clear winner for our climate is Palliside cladding. It’s built tough and protects your home from the outside conditions.  Does your home have the best protection from the harmful Australian weather? Contact the team at Peter Bracey today to get more information on your home can be sealed and secure.