A new online Cladding Visualiser tool from Dura Composites is helping builders, contractors, developers and architects to picture the possibilities when it comes to composite timber cladding.
The simple to use tool allows users to select from sample commercial and domestic projects which utilise both vertical and horizontal cladding in a range of designs. With one simple click of the mouse, clients can explore differing width options and a wide variety of colours to suit a variety of project needs.
The highly durable and eco-friendly Dura Cladding range is distributed exclusively amongst UK timber importers by International Timber – who are renowned in the industry for combining specialist technical sales expertise with unrivalled choice.
Dura Cladding was launched in 2011 as the first ever composite timber cladding solution and has subsequently driven huge growth in the composite cladding marketplace. Its popularity is due to the combination of the aesthetic beauty of timber, coupled with the benefits of high technology, easy installation and low maintenance. What’s more, architects and end clients are drawn to the eco-friendly nature of the product and the extensive range of trims and accessories available.
The new Visualiser Tool from Dura Composites will enable building professionals to envision how their creative concepts could look and share them with clients and colleagues to help showcase their ideas and bring them to life.
“This great new tool is designed to help us communicate the stunning aesthetics of the Dura Cladding solution and its suitability for a wide range of applications” commented Stuart Burns, Director of Dura Composites. “We are sure that it will appeal to architects, project managers and end clients alike who are all looking for a simple way to select the most appropriate style and colour of Dura Cladding to suit their particular new build or refurbishment project. We are expecting a high demand for the online tool and for it to be widely shared throughout the supply chain including International Timber and several builders and timber merchants”.
The Colour Visualiser Tool is available now at http://www.duracomposites.com/dura-cladding-timber-composite-cladding/cladding-colour-visualiser
Since its launch 3 years ago, Dura Cladding has already been specified on a wide range of projects in climates as diverse as Colchester to Kuwait, as architects look for the rare combination of a natural wood look allied to colour fade resistance. The range is 100% Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) certified and is manufactured from up to 87% recycled materials, ensuring its suitability for eco-project specifiers.
For more information about Dura Composites, visit the website at http://www.duracomposites.com