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Marley Cedral Weatherboard Cladding FAQs

As your local cladding experts, we understand the importance of an aesthetically pleasing property exterior, which is why we offer Marley Cedral Weatherboard Cladding of the very highest quality in a range of different colours and styles. To help ensure you have full access to the answers you need at all times when it comes to your house cladding, our team are on hand to answer your questions - simply call 01202 470044 or take a look at our list of frequently asked questions below.

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Before deciding on installing Marley Cedral weatherboard cladding and making any changes to your property, you must check with the local authorities to see if local approvals are required for you to make changes to your home.

If you live in a conservation area, a national park, an area of outstanding natural beauty, you will need to apply for planning permission before installing Marley Cedral weatherboard cladding on your home's exterior. If you live in a listed building, you will also need listed building consent for any significant exterior work done to your home.

Outside these areas, cladding may be carried out without having to first apply for planning permission provided the materials are of a similar appearance to those used in the construction of your house.

Our cladding experts offer a selection of 21 colours and 2 wood stains, view our Marley Cedral weatherboard cladding colour range.

Marley Cedral weatherboard cladding is made with a combination of cement, cellulose, man-made fillers, fibres and water to manufacture the individual cladding boards. This strong mixture makes the cladding durable against any weather erosion or damage.

Unlike painted wood, Marley Cedral weatherboard cladding is resistant to a lot of factors that affect exterior properties. It will not warp or expand over time, is immune to attacks by pests and insects, will not be damaged by weather and finally, is a rot-resistant material. It also boasts the visual appearance of natural timber, so if you are hoping to achieve the look of wood but want something that will stand the test of time choose weatherboard cladding.

Due to the low maintenance surface of Marley Cedral weatherboard cladding, we recommend simply cleaning with a solution of water mixed with a mild household detergent or soap, and a cloth. You do not need to redecorate your cladding for at least 10 years if installed by The Gutter and Cladding Company, as our materials are weather-proof and will not deteriorate with a low maintenance routine.

Our high-quality cladding boasts a lifespan of up to 50 years if cared for and maintained correctly.

In the unfortunate event that your Marley Cedral weatherboard cladding becomes slightly scratched or chipped, as this is only an aesthetic issue, it will only need a touch of paint to cover the small damages.

No, on its own does not provide insulation to your home. However, during installation, our experts also fit external insulation alongside the cladding to provide insulation benefits to your property.

For an exact price quote on installing Marley Cedral weatherboard cladding onto your home, call or email our team today at sales@theguttercompany.co.uk.

Contact The Gutter and Cladding Company team today for a free quote of Marley Cedral weatherboard cladding for your home!

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