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How to Paint Plastisol Cladding

Painting Plastisol cladding

Come rain or shine, Plastisol cladding is constantly exposed to the great British weather, and after a period (if regular maintenance audits are not conducted) it can look aged and grubby. This article will look at the different types of metal cladding on the market and how to paint Plastisol cladding and get it looking like new again, whilst also ...

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Cut Edge Corrosion: Repairing Cladding Panel Damage

Cladding is commonly used as a protective layer for roofs and wall panelling on commercial buildings, and can be exposed to the harshest of elements – from pooled ice water to sleet and snow. Of course, it’s not just moisture that can cause damage to roof cladding, but as the metal cladding expands (rises) and contracts through heat and cold ...

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Summer Maintenance Jobs 101

It might not feel like summer yet but it’s getting warmer and warmer. Start making plans for summer maintenance now and you’ll appreciate it next winter! If you do these tasks when the weather is good, it’ll be much easier to complete. It’ll also mean it’ll help to prevent the coming winter weather affecting your property. Vegetation removal If you’ve ...

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A Guide to Timber Cladding Maintenance

Looking after woodwork can be tricky, especially if it’s external. As timber is a natural product, you need to make sure it’s well-maintained and protected against the elements. When it comes to timber cladding, which needs to be treated very differently to metal cladding, you want to make sure it’s in good shape and looking great. Primer If you’re thinking ...

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A Simple Guide to Spray Painting Cladding and Corrugated Metals

Cladded and corrugated metal surfaces are the perfect candidate for spray painting. If you have these kinds of surfaces it’s likely there are gaps, nooks and crannies that are hard to reach with an ordinary paint brush. By using a paint sprayer you can make sure that you cover all areas with a nice, even finish. It’ll even save you ...

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