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The Principles and Design of Rainscreen Facades

The key learning objectives of the seminar are to provide:

An understanding of how to make the correct design and specification decisions when choosing rainscreen cladding.

The concept of fibre cement rainscreen cladding

Benefits to the structure and an overview of fixing systems and some of the typical details used in these systems

An understanding of the types of facade materials available

Fiona Pickering - Director Thermal and Acoustics Solutions Ltd

Timelessly beautiful facades

With the visual appeal of natural timber, simplicity of installation and resistance to rot, the Cedral range offers an attractive, low maintenance alternative to PVCu and timber weatherboard.

Delegates

The ideal low maintenance, rot free alternative to traditional timber weatherboard.

Fibre cement offers both contemporary and flexible design options, and is used by many architects and homeowners to create stunning facades. The simple combination of wood cellulose, sand, synthetic fibres, water and cement make fibre cement one of the most environmentally friendly and comprehensive building products available.

Hard as stone easy as wood.

The material’s multi-layered fibre structure supports the cement and other elements, which gives it impressive strength, and means that it can be far thinner than concrete.

Cerian Parker and Jason Barrow

CPD Seminar hosted by Thermal and Acoustics Solutions Ltd and Home Style Fascias and Cladding Ltd

Shaun De La Rue - Managing Director Thermal and Acoustics Solutions Ltd
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