Falcon Windows Ipswich: installer of choice for HardiePlank cladding in Ipswich, Suffolk and Essex.
Looking to replace tired wooden or brick cladding on your property or just interested in improving the facade of your home with a fresh new and long-lasting look? HardiePlank, professionally installed by Falcon Windows, is a highly durable fibre-cement cladding which is very versatile, extremely weather, pest-resistant and is available in an impressive range of attractive colours.
HardiePlank weatherboarding is ideal if you want to give your home an external make-over with negligible future maintenance which offers long term protection to the fabric of your property.
HardiePlank is an innovative, robust building cladding or weatherboarding solution that gives you real design versatility over other cladding options such as brick, vinyl or wood.
Versatile HardiePlank weatherboards offer the texture and natural beauty of timber, whilst delivering the maintenance-free durability of fibre cement.
Available in an extensive range of colours, whether you're in search of that New England look with a 'full wrap' cladding solution or just weatherboard design feature, all that is right up HardiePlank's stylish street.
Quality assured HardiePlank products can be installed horizontally, vertically or even diagonally.
Years of research, development and innovation have gone into all James Hardie cladding solutions.
They are manufactured using seventh generation fibre cement technology with more than 40 quality assurance checks being undertaken as part of the stringent manufacturing process to ensure that these weatherboards can withstand the harshest of environments.
Please contact us for further information regarding our range of Hardy Planks that are available.
Super-stylish weatherboards - the ultimate, long-lasting look
Good looks aren't everything, but they come as standard with HardiePlank weatherboarding. Choose 'Cedar' texture for a finish that emulates traditional wood, or maybe your design would better suit the 'smooth' texture to give a chic finish for real contemporary architectural style.
- 21 colours
- Fade resistant
- Full selection of coloured accessories and trims
From whites, browns, greys, to deep reds the HardiePlank colour palette is wide, so you can select the one which blends appropriately with your home and neighbourhood.
The ColorPlus Technology employed ensures a consistent, multi-coat, and baked-on factory-applied finish created especially to meet the demands placed on a building's facade. HardiePlank is available in 23 colours, each finished using this advanced method.
And it's not just the weatherboard planks themselves which are coloured consistently beautiful - panels, battens and roofing shingle tiles get the same HardiePlank treatment, delivering the smartest overall finish.
Colours are displayed below:
Engineered to last - and guaranteed too
HardiePlank is made from a highly advanced durable material - a specially formulated fibre cement which comprises of Portland cement, milled sand, cellulose fibres, water and selected additives.
The stringently tested material is five times thicker than typical vinyl cladding and is fire, moisture, rot and pest resistant. Engineered for maximum longevity in the European climate, HardiePlank products are unaffected by rain and hail and have been tested to withstand the a diverse range of weather such as wind, rain, hail, snow and sun.
HardiePlank is quick and easy when it comes to installation by a professional fitters like the skilled team at Falcon Windows. The weatherboards are lightweight and easy to cut and work with so you can be sure of a perfect, flawless finish.
For additional peace of mind, HardiePlank comes with a 10 year limited warranty.
HardiePlank Technical Product Details
- Composition: Portland cement, sand, cellulose fibre, water, selective additives
- Dimensions: 3600 x 180 x 8mm
- Overlap: 30mm
- Weight: 7,4 kg per plank, 11.8 kg/m2
- Density: 1300 kg/m3
- Fire rating: A2, s1-d0
- Warranty: 10 years
Interested in finding out how HardiePlank weatherboarding can give protection and good looks to your property?