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54 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


Terracotta cladding to play important role in sustainable new build projects


increasingly popular option when it comes to using environmentally friendly products. Sustainable construction and building in a


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more environmentally friendly way is now a fundamental consideration that must be addressed by every forward-thinking architect, building contractor and building owner. At Aquarian Cladding, where we have been supplying cladding systems to the UK for almost 12 years, we are seeing terracotta cladding play an increasingly important role in such considerations. In fact, Terracotta cladding is proving to be


an increasingly popular choice for architects and contractors as an environmentally friendly cladding solution when it comes to sustainable new build projects. As a natural material composed of clay and


fired at high temperatures, terracotta is durable, recyclable, and is fast and easy to


apply. Its excellent resistance to extreme temperatures, weather and corrosion mean that terracotta cladding maintains an unchanged high-value appearance for many, many years. It is also robust, recyclable, sustainable and


UV-stable, and is a material that’s easy to care for and maintenance-free. Terracotta is suitable for use in both traditional and contemporary buildings and has proven to outperform alternative cladding systems for durability. It is another big tick in the box for terracotta cladding as an alternative cladding solution.


aul Richards, Managing Director of Aquarian Cladding, explains how terracotta cladding is proving an


After the combustible cladding ban for all


new schools, hospitals, care homes and residential buildings in England above 18m following the Grenfell Tower tragedy, terracotta cladding is proving a perfect non- combustible cladding solution for high-rises. It also gives buildings an outstanding aesthetic appearance with lasting vibrancy of colour and excellent resistance to water penetration, making it a reliable and adaptable facade too. But it’s the materials sustainability alongside


it’s suitability as a solution for high- rise buildings and the design freedom and flexibility it offers, that makes terracotta cladding an ideal facade material. Building sustainable and eco-friendly homes


could be the contributing factor to reducing the worlds carbon footprint, and terracotta is set to play a big part in that and take the construction industry by storm.


0808 223 9080 www.aquariancladding.co.uk


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