Fertility centre chooses Marley Eternit Cedral Weatherboard
Fibre cement Cedral Weatherboard
Marley Eternit’s fibre cement Cedral Weatherboard has been specified for The Bristol Centre for Reproductive Medicine.
The Centre offers a state of the art regional fertility facility at Southmead hospital.
Cedral Weatherboard has a subtly textured surface which gives the appearance of timber.
This provided the centre with a reassuring domestic aesthetic which was an important cosideration for the project.
The whole-life cost approach was taken for the project and considered factors such as design, construction method, maintenance, renewal and disposal.
Fibre cement Cedral Weatherboard offers impressive life cycle costs, minimal maintenance as well as ease and speed of installation.
In terms of long term performance, Cedral Weatherboard won’t warp or shrink over time, or need constant re-painting like timber products.
Arturus Architects specified Cedral Weatherboard in Brown for the single storey section of the facility.
Cedral Weatherboard has an installed life expectancy of at least 50 years.
The range is offered in 22 colours and four woodstain finishes, along with a range of matching coloured aluminium trims.
The boards can be cut, nailed or screwed just like timber, providing an easy to install, practical facade solution.
Marley Eternit supplied profiled sheeting and Cedral Weatherboard for Gamlingay Eco Hub in Cambridgeshire.
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Marley Eternit Cedral Weatherboard has been specified as an overclad system on the Robin Pinto Unit at Luton and Dunstable Hospital.
Marley Eternit’s fibre cement Cedral Weatherboard has been specified on a Code for Sustainable Homes Level 3 development by Barratt Homes in Sunderland.
Marley Eternit’s fibre cement Cedral Weatherboard has been specified to overclad a 1960s home being transformed into a beach house on the West Sussex coast.