External Facade Cladding Systems
Rainscreen cladding is cost-effective, lightweight and low maintenance. It’s a system made up of individual panels, where the support and loadings are taken from the structure behind using brackets. The void between the structure and the outside face of the cladding is ventilated. Rainscreen cladding provides a weather resistant barrier to the backing wall. The void often has insulation to increase the building’s overall ability to retain heat.
Advanced Glass offers rainscreen cladding solutions in many different finishes, such as powder-coated aluminium, stainless steel, coloured and textured non-combustible panels, glass and even stone. We work with a variety of rainscreen cladding systems to meet the needs of a project, such as Alsecco, Proteus, Baileys and Rockpanel.
With a vast range of material, colour and fixing options available, our solutions look outstanding and will always meet your building and architectural needs.
Insulated Composite Cladding
Insulated composite cladding is a preformed panel with a coated or painted steel skin, internally and externally, and a non-combustible insulation core. Panel widths can vary between 600-1200mm wide and can be over 10m long. Panel thicknesses vary between 75-300mm thick, offering u-values as low as 0.15W/m2K. to maximise a building’s energy efficiency.
Composite cladding is favoured for its excellent sound and heat insulation performance, when compared to other traditional building methods such as concrete, brick or steel. It also meets the requirements for the resistance of the spread of fire, which is at the forefront of building requirements.