Insulated Cladding Systems

Insulated Cladding Systems

Brick cladding is a fast, cost effective way to achieve the real look, feel and durability of traditional brick and stone walls. With insulated cladding you are able to display the authentic aesthetic of brick cladding without sacrificing on insulation. This way, not only do you achieve that traditional look, but help save energy and keep your heating bills down, meaning a greener environment for all and money saved for you. Much cheaper than full brick and stonework, brick slips are simply placed over the top of existing walls to create that realistic looking finish.

With brick cladding you get a lightweight alternative to traditional full brick builds that comes with many added advantages. Specifically, full brick builds offer no real structural stability, whereas brick slips are mounted on existing wall structures that can be better built to fully structurally support the building. What’s more, the weight of traditional methods makes them cumbersome, expensive and altogether impractical for use. A lightweight brick cladding system is much more practical and easier to install; indeed, it is so versatile it our insulated cladding can be used almost anywhere.

We offer different brick slips for different requirements, based on the building you need cladding. From external brick cladding for insulated brickwork, to options for prefabricated non-insulated external brickwork and specifically designed internal decorative use, brick slips offer an affordable, environmentally friendly and realistic looking way to achieve that true brick appearance.

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1. The waterproof, polystyrene composite backing panel consists of an insulation layer, which can be specified in 17mm, 25mm or 50mm thicknesses, to which a profiled skin is laminated. Insulation up to 100mm thick can be supplied to order.

2. The brick slips are attached with permanent bonding adhesive. The ribs in the skin align and support the
brick slips.

3-4. Specially formulated mortar is then piped into the brick joints and tooled in the manner of traditional pointing

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