Cladding and spraying are use-d for protecting residential and commercial buildings, giving their exteriors a professional and clean finish. Cladding coating is use-d to repair and refurbish a range of cladding systems for your building. The tired and torn building faces look unappealing and give a negative impact on business. Shop front cladding when applied on another material, provides a protective layer to control the infiltration of weather elements and for its aesthetic perfection. Spraying and cladding may not necessarily give a waterproof surface but protect the building from destruction due to weather such as wind and UV rays.
Advantages of Wall Cladding
- Increases mechanical strength of the building.
- Protects buildings from external weather as well as provides aesthetics.
- Boosts thermal insulation, reduces water absorption.
- Increases resistance to cracking when the temperature rises.
- Safeguards against chemical pollution.
On the other hand, shop front spraying is another effective and affordable way to change the front-outward appearance of the shops.
There is a wide range of materials available for shop front cladding for commercial and industrial properties including warehouses, factories, retail outlets, showrooms and offices and. Different materials like glass, timber, vinyl, steel, aluminium etc. have different benefits. A few of them are described below.
One of the most aesthetically appealing of all cladding types. They are commonly install-ed either in long or narrow boards that can be fitt-ed horizontally, vertically or diagonally. They can entirely be customise-d to achieve a decorative finish. Also, hardwood timber is a natural insulator and has high heat retention.
This is a contemporary, modern material available in different colours. It is one of the cheapest cladding materials and is energy efficient. Compared to other alternatives vinyl cladding, this has a flexible panel hence has the ability to cover the building properly smoothly since it is significantly lightweight.
Glass cladding is commonly use-d in commercial properties, and is highly effective in creating a beautiful and modern appearance instantly. Due to its lightweight, it can fit every contour of a building and can be fabricate-d in different shapes. Glass cladding does not deteriorate but requires maintenance such as cleaning, at least twice a year. It can withstand ever-changing weather conditions and also maximise the exposure to natural light inside the building hence increasing productivity and reducing energy consumption. Glass can be used in shopfront cladding.
Although it is not as appealing and eye-catching as other materials are. It is extremely durable and is an ideal option for industrial buildings. Most material used for metal cladding includes steel and aluminium. One of the significant benefits of using metal cladding is that it is non-combustible. Another benefit in terms of environmental sustainability is that metal cladding is entirely recyclable and it can easily be reuse-d for another purpose and will not end up in a landfill site.
Stone cladding includes layers of different stones such as granite, sandstone, and slate giving it a beautiful natural look. Although it comes with an expensive price tag it gives your property a luxurious exterior. One can also opt for simulated alternatives as they are ideal for lowering costs without compromising on aesthetics and durability. Stone is non-porous in nature and hence does not absorb any form of liquid. It can be used over locations where a considerable amount of heavy rainfall can be seen. Since, it prevents the building from moisture lowering the risk of damp, mould and mildew. They are easy to maintain and clean.
Materials Used for Spray Painting
Materials like aluminium coating, powder coatings, galvanised metals coating, UPVC, fibreglass are used for shop front recoating and spraying.
Each material comes with its own advantages and disadvantages. Choose the one that fulfils your requirements. ARS LTD. is a one-stop solution for spraying and cladding of commercial and residential buildings.