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HPL wall cladding from Greenlam Clads

Choosing a surfacing material for the exteriors of your property can be confusing, given the countless options available in the market. Though there are various choices, such as stone cladding, metal cladding, concrete cladding, and metal mesh cladding, HPL cladding continues to dominate the landscape for more than one reason. While HPL wall cladding is a durable surface material, it is important to keep a few things in mind when planning to install it on the exteriors of your property. Continuing on the topic, we discuss three key factors to consider when planning to install HPL exterior cladding. Read on.…

Interior wall cladding from Greenlam Clads

High-Pressure Laminate, or HPL for short, is one of the most popular interior cladding materials, and for all the right reasons. HPL cladding is preferable owing to various attributes, such as high impact and scratch resistance, lightfastness, ease of cleaning, and heat resistance. If you too have invested in HPL interior wall cladding or are planning to, this blog post is for you. Read on as we present some useful maintenance tips to help you get the most out of HPL interior wall cladding. 1. Avoid Tough Stains HPL interior wall claddings are quite resistant to common stains. So, cleaning…

HPL cladding for wall panels from Greenlam Clads

As a premium wall cladding material, high-pressure compact laminate (HPL) clads strike a perfect balance between aesthetics and durability. They find applications both on the interior and exterior walls as laminate wall panels. HPL cladding is a favorite among designers and architects as it allows them to give their projects a unique appeal. If you too are looking for an elegant and modern appeal, it is advisable to consider HPL cladding as the wall cladding material. Continuing on the subject, in this blog post, we present four properties of HPL cladding, which make them worthy of your investment. Take a…

Exterior wall cladding from Greenlam Clads

Attached to a building’s framework, both on the interior and exterior, cladding can be understood as the “skin” of a building. Cladding is mainly used to protect a structure from the elements that include rain, wind, and heat, as well as improve the aesthetics of a building. While there are several variants of cladding such as wood, vinyl, HPL, and metal, the versatility, durability, and all-weather performance of HPL cladding is second to none. Continuing on the subject, we present a simple guide to understanding exterior and interior cladding. Interior Wall Cladding Suitable across both commercial and residential properties, interior…