Sleek, clean and the ability to be installed vertically, horizontally or diagonally is of course, the Interlocking Panel cladding system. Popular with architects for this reason alone! This month we continue to focus on the roofing and cladding styles that are shaping current architectural trends.
This profile presents a range of axial dimensions to architects when designing facades to give a contemporary look. The difference with the system is it can be installed with a ventilated air gap for external and internal applications.
A desirable profile for the sheer versatility and ability to fixed to any layout. Architects and designers love the freedom that comes with the Interlocking panel cladding profile ~ the ease to implement design ideas to achieve a certain look.
Connected by inserting the male flange into the groove, the load bearing main structure can be a steel, concrete or masonry wall.
The panels are connected by an interlocking groove and can range from 185mm to 385mm in width and lengths up to 8.0m.
All associated flashings are available directly through Architectural Roofing + Building Supplies We recommend that all installers use the concealed fix method with all flashings when possible to create the highest quality finish. This concealed fix flashing method also acts a great additional benefit for thermal expansion and contraction.
The end result should reflect a seamless finish, no visible fixings and reflect the unique quality finishes that are available with the system.
Our experienced team can talk you through the best roofing or walling cladding profiles for your next project. We service Ballina, Lennox Head, Byron Bay, Tweed Heads and surrounding regions of the Northern Rivers.