Recycled Plastic Cladding

Wood Cladding rots - FACT! However, our Recycled Plastic Cladding won't! Discover a range of Recycled Plastic Tongue & Groove Boards for eco friendly cladding, suitable for a variety of external applications that will never need any maintenance or TLC.... You can also see an in-depth case study of our recycled plastic cladding in use. Check out our video on Farnworth Golf Club, where Council Member Steve Gore relates his experience with using Maintenance-Free Recycled Plastic Cladding on the Club House. For more info, please read our guide on Kedel Plastic Wood Key Advantages leaflet and our Kedel Plastic Wood Technical Specification. We also have a helpful guide on how to install recycled plastic cladding so you can carry out your project to the highest possible standard.

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Cladding Corner Trim  45 x 45mm  Recycled Plastic Wood
£11.80  -  £14.76 inc. VAT
Recycled Plastic V-Cladding
£14.68  -  £29.35 inc. VAT
Recycled Plastic Wood - Synthetic Wood - T&G - (W)100 x (D)18mm
£20.69  -  £48.77 inc. VAT

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Kedel Recycled Plastic Eco Cladding Case Study

Standard wooden cladding hosts a variety of different problems that too many people let impact their lives and businesses. From rotting and splitting to being home to bugs and insects, wooden cladding costs a lot of money to maintain and needs replacing frequently to ensure your property stays looking good. This is why recycled plastic cladding from Kedel is the ideal alternative. Not only does it never rot, but lasts a lifetime meaning it never needs to be replaced. Recycled plastic wood cladding also helps eliminate the amount of plastic on dangerous landfill sites, making it 100% eco-friendly and helping to lower your carbon footprint. Here at Kedel, we’re proud to offer a range of different recycled plastic cladding as well as recycled plastic cladding corner trim to ensure corners are fully covered. Take a look at our full range of recycled building materials from Kedel today and discover the likes of recycled plastic decking and recycled plastic lumber. Our video below is a case study showing you the benefits of our recycled plastic cladding in use at Farnworth Golf club. 

Why is recycled plastic cladding used?

Recycled plastic wood cladding helps eliminate the amount of plastic on dangerous landfill sites, making it 100% eco-friendly and helping to lower your carbon footprint. Our plastic cladding offers a sustainable alternative to traditional building materials, let’s take a closer look at the benefits of switching to plastic cladding for your building projects. 

  1. Sustainable Solution:

Using recycled plastic for cladding helps reduce the demand for new plastic production. By incorporating recycled materials into your building design, you contribute to the global effort in conserving natural resources and reducing carbon emissions associated with the manufacturing process.

  1. Environmental Impact:

Recycled plastic cladding helps divert plastic waste from landfills, where it would otherwise take centuries to decompose. By reusing this material in construction, you actively participate in reducing pollution levels, freshwater usage, and the release of harmful greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

  1. Durability:

Recycled plastic cladding is highly durable and long-lasting. It can withstand harsh weather conditions, including extreme heat, cold, and heavy rains, without deteriorating. Unlike other materials, it does not rot, warp, or corrode, resulting in reduced maintenance costs over time.

  1. UV Resistance:

Plastic cladding made from recycled materials often comes with built-in UV resistance technology. This ensures that the cladding retains its colour and structural integrity over an extended period. UV resistance also prevents surface degradation from prolonged exposure to sunlight.

  1. Lightweight and Easy to Install:

Compared to traditional building materials, recycled plastic cladding is lightweight, making it easier to handle and install. This lightweight feature is particularly advantageous for high-rise buildings or projects where reducing load-bearing capacity is crucial.

  1. Low-Maintenance:

The smooth surface of recycled plastic cladding makes it resistant to dirt, mould, and mildew. It does not require frequent cleaning or the use of chemicals, which further reduces maintenance efforts and costs. Regular inspections are enough to ensure that the cladding continues to perform optimally.