Benefits of Wall Panelling

What is PVC Wall Cladding?

PVC wall cladding is a type of plastic sheeting that can be used to cover the interior walls of your home. It comes in many different styles and colors, so you can choose the one that best suits your taste and needs. PVC wall cladding is typically installed over existing drywall or plaster, although some types may require additional framing materials depending on the wall.

These panels are lightweight but strong enough for exterior use when properly installed; they don't require painting because they resist moisture well enough on their own 

Benefits of PVC Wall Cladding

  • Resistant to moisture. PVC wall cladding is resistant to moisture, which means it won't get damaged by rain or humidity. This makes it an ideal option for outdoor spaces such as pools and patios where there's a high risk of water damage.
  • Fire-resistant. PVC wall cladding is also fire-resistant, so you can rest assured that your home will stay safe in case of a fire or other emergency situation.
  • Durable and affordable: PVC wall cladding has been around since the 1950s and continues to be one of the most durable materials available today--and at an affordable price! It doesn't crack when exposed to extreme temperatures like some other materials do; instead, it retains its original shape even after years of use (and abuse).

Installation of PVC Wall Cladding

  • Tools and Materials Needed
  • Measuring tape
  • Pencil
  • Level, if you have one (optional)
  • Power drill with masonry bit (if you are installing on a brick wall) or a screwdriver and hammer if you're installing on wood or concrete block.

Advantages of PVC Wall Cladding Over Other Materials

PVC wall cladding comes with a number of benefits that make it the ideal choice for your home or business.
The first major advantage is cost. PVC wall cladding is less expensive than other materials, such as wood, metal and stone. It also doesn't require any maintenance and can last up to 50 years! This makes PVC the most cost-effective option when compared to its counterparts.
Another benefit of PVC is durability; it's resistant against weathering, moisture and insects so you can rest assured that your investment will last longer than expected. In addition to this durability factor is ease of installation which means there will be minimal downtime for your project when installing this material on your home or business property because it does not require any special tools or skillsets from those working on it (just basic knowledge). The best part about using PVC for interior finishing projects like siding? You can customize them however you want! From color options all the way down to shape styles--you're sure find something perfect for whatever look/feel you're going after!

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