Hebel cladding

Wall cladding is layering one material on top of another to cover the walls with skin. Cladding prevents water from seeping into the structure and endangers occupants’ safety and the walls and interior fixtures of a room or building. Many kinds and styles of Hebel cladding are available in different materials, textures, and sizes. Both the inside [wallpaper] and outside [applying a material] of a building use wall claddings.

Benefits of wall cladding

Cladding shields the walls from the destructive effects of the elements and direct exposure. It offers many advantages.

  • Increases the mechanical toughness of a structure.
  • In addition to safeguarding the underlying system, it adds aesthetic value.
  • Thermal insulation is improved.
  • Presents a pleasing aesthetic.
  • Increases temperature while improving crack resistance.
  • Reduces water absorption.
  • Provides sunlight protection.
  • Protections from air and chemical pollutants.
  • Provide enough sound insulation or sound absorption.

Various types of wall cladding

Several types of Hebel cladding can be differentiated by the materials used. As a result of technological improvements, more solutions are now available to satisfy the growing demand for improved security and resilience at lower costs. The following section goes over each of them.

Natural stone cladding

The cost of natural stone cladding often varies depending on the type of stone being purchased, such as slates, sandstones, marble, granites, limestones, and quartzites. The price is also greatly influenced by the required size and shape. Stone strips with 2 to 15 rows might be utilised for Hebel cladding. When there are more pieces in a single stone cladding, more glue is required to adhere to them. It creates a warm mood in the structure. It can be installed over a surface made of steel or concrete.

Vinyl cladding

Vinyl cladding is available in a wide range of colours. As one of the least expensive Hebel cladding materials known for its energy efficiency, vinyl can help you save money now and in the future. Insulation can be added to panels to create a temperature-regulating blanket that covers your property, keeping it cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Because vinyl is much lighter than its rivals, it may be used in flexible panels to cover buildings. It’s dent- and flake-proof and doesn’t require painting.

Aluminium cladding

When compared to other metals, aluminium cladding has a lot of benefits. Aluminum weighs around one-third as much as steel. On average, it weighs about 2,7g/cm3. Because of its extended lifespan, aluminium makes an excellent building material. It is possible to recycle it without losing any of its quality. 

Continuous emissions of aluminium occur with minimum energy use. It is a metal that may be utilised for various applications since it is easily moulded into different shapes, sizes, and finishes.

Wood cladding

The most aesthetically pleasing Hebel cladding material is still wood. Long, narrow boards that can be installed horizontally, vertically, or diagonally are generally used to install timber cladding. This allows for complete customisation to obtain the desired ornamental look.