F.H. Brundle expands its popular range of Rinato composite decking with its new Prestige Cladding range.
The cladding is made from recycled, eco-friendly FSC® certified wood composite. It utilises the same advanced co-extrusion technology as the company’s Natural range of deck boards. The cladding looks completely natural, is low maintenance and easy to clean.
Available in three colours, Antique, Charcoal and Walnut, the boards are UV resistant and will not fade.
Boards are installable vertically or horizontally, using the company’s clever hidden fixing system and the full range of trims allows for the for the installation of the system on any wall.
For more information, or to order a sample, call 01708 398048 or visit www.fhbrundle.co.uk.
For more about F.H. Brundle’s range of composite decking boards, click the link.
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