During the last few years, the improving economy led to specific changes in the way the construction industry professionals plan, design, and build residential and commercial structures. Even as individuals and companies saw benefit from economic growth, they continued to seek value when selecting materials and building experts. Besides increasing adoption of exterior and interior compact laminate cladding, another key change taking place was the move from one-of-a-kind structures to engineering documents that could be “tweaked” to fit different locations and requirements. Architects and designers these days use a variety of new materials such as exterior wall cladding, to provide each building with a distinctively enchanting appearance. Let’s look at what all has changed, and the role of exterior compact laminate cladding in the transformation. Read on.

“New” Materials

Adapting materials to meet demands for great quality was also a slightly different path in the building industry. During yesteryears, architects and designers turned to materials such as metal sheets to manifest a unique look in interior and exterior surfaces. Moving from traditional options, design specialists these days embrace various new materials for construction and finishing. With this change, it is now possible to bring in strong colors, and combine the look of metal with classic wood and timber accents. It’s now possible to use materials long considered basic and less-than-appealing, and make them eye-catching by incorporating a range of colors.

Fresh Ideas

Energy efficiency has been a key point of emphasis in the past several decades, in building design and construction, and in dozens of other areas. Manufacturers have also moved to exterior wall cladding as an alternative to paint, marble and other traditional options. Some designers are also going for plastic and recycled wood to achieve the classic look of timber while delivering a new level of durability.

Architects and builders are also looking to modular construction to allow additions at future dates, without beginning a totally new structure. With this method it’s possible to construct 25,000 square feet, for example, and add an equal amount of space later to create a building of 50,000 square feet. Industry professionals consider this “permanent” modular construction.

Combine this change in methods with the use of attractive, high-quality plastic cladding, and clients have several added options. Plastic exterior wall cladding products offer an inexpensive but durable surface, for a remarkable facelift or added color. Creativity is the word when it comes to three-dimensional (3D) cladding. If it’s done properly, this will produce a unique appearance many will love.

Conclusion

Contact Greenlam Clads today to talk with experts about your exterior wall cladding requirements. As you plan your project, include fresh ideas about cladding materials that give your building a modern facade and long-term durability. We will work with you to make sure our cladding helps you reach your design goals. Call us at +91 11 4279 1399 or write to us at info@greenlam.com. You can also Send Us a Message, and we will get back with you as soon as possible.