The bad weather can have a significant impact on your cladding panels. With the UK being hit over the past week with extreme weather conditions such as snow and ice there is bound to be a few damages to your cladding.

The effects of bad weather on cladding panels

The weather can have an effect on the quality and longevity of your cladding panels. It can damage the protective layer that your cladding has been coated with; extreme temperature changes can make this coating defenceless. A great way to protect your buildings exterior is to consider on site spraying.

Due to being a small island, it is more likely for businesses in the UK to experience adverse weather. We are prone to experience a range of different weathers due to our location in the world, so it becomes paramount that we prevent any damages to our cladding panels.

Why have coatings on panels?

Cladding panels need a protective layer to protect and prevent any extreme weather conditions from causing rust and fading to the colour. If you do not have the right coatings on your cladding panels, you may experience continuous maintenance throughout the year which is not only costly but can disrupt business. When you have your panels coated correctly, you are less likely to need maintenance.

It will also improve longevity as you won’t see any water damage to the panels nor will your experience serious fading. Many coating solutions have a significant lifespan of around 15 to 25 years which is extremely beneficial.

If you would like more information on any of our cladding services, please don’t hesitate to get in touch on 0845 163 0005.

Previous Post What is on site spraying?
Next Post On site spraying for prestigious football club