The new grey wood decors have been designed with a natural wooden appearance to influence the experience, age and appearance of a building’s exterior.
The panels have withstood three thousand hours of weather exposure simulator testing to ensure that they are UV and weather resistant.
They have a closed, pore-free surface structure to keep them smooth and allow for easy maintenance and cleaning.
To imitate the source pattern of wood and give the panels the desired natural finish, Trespa has designed them with a matt surface that has a grained effect.
With sustainability in mind, the company has also manufactured the panels using wood from managed forests.
The panels in Trespa’s Meteon range contain around 70% wood-based fibres.
The range has been certified by the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) and the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC).
Trespa UK Ltd
35 Calthorpe Road
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