Maibec Timber Cladding for The Serpentine
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Maibec Timber Cladding
A. Proctor Group has supplied products from its Maibec Timber Cladding range for The Serpentine project in Oxford Road, Aylesbury.
Comprising 94 units in a continuous curved building and incorporating a mixture of apartments and town houses, The Serpentine features the use of innovative building methods and materials to help meet high standards of energy efficiency.
Offering good insulation and energy efficiency, the units achieve Level 3 in the Code for Sustainable Homes.
The Serpentine also meets Building for Life and Lifetime Homes standards.
Heat loss is minimised by the incorporation of flush fitting windows and doors.
A. Proctor Group’s Maibec Timber Cladding range is available in 6 standard colours.
The softwood timber comes with a 50 year warranty against rot and decay.
The 18 year warranty against blistering and peeling of the stained finish can be extended by a further 15 years if the timber is re-coated in the first 18 years.
Maibec Timber Cladding is low maintenance and easy to install.
Channel, Cove, V-Joint Bevel and Board and Batten style profiles are available.
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