V Joint Cladding - 100mm x 5mtr Rosewood
|Dimension||100mm (H) x 20mm (D) x 5000mm (L)|
|Guarantee||10 Years Manufacturers|
|Thickness||20mm Including Lugs 10mm Board Only|
V Joint Cladding is commonly used for cladding gables, porches and dormer cheeks, as well as other application. It has a slightly more compact effect than the appearance of traditional shiplap cladding. One 5M length of 100mm V Joint Cladding covers an area of exactly 0.5 Square Metres.
Our V Joint Cladding is manufactured by FloPlast.
How do you fix PVC Cladding to a wall?
If you have never installed PVC Cladding before, we suggest you take a couple of minutes to watch our video which explains the difference between Shiplap and V Joint and demonstrates which trims go where. It also explains how to measure up for cladding.
Is PVC Cladding Safe?
Our FloPlast cladding boards carry a reaction to fire classification of D-s3, d2/(AHM). This means that the system is not classified as non-combustible and may be used on buildings with no storey 18m or more above the ground and 1m or more from a boundary. With minor exceptions, the system should be included in calculations of unprotected area.
Although the spread-of-flame across the surface of PVC is limited, the material does tend to char and may fall away when exposed to fire. Due consideration should always be given to any combustible materials behind the cladding, which may become exposed in the event of fire. Where necessary, cavity barriers should be incorporated behind the cladding, as required under the relevant national Building Regulations.