Our Cladding Products
Mitten Vinyl offer a range of cladding products suitable for your next project.
Vinyl cladding adds peace of mind and a virtually maintenance free exterior, while foam backing gives added strength and insulation.
Aluminium cladding was widely used on homes from the 1950s onwards. It was the first type of weatherboard-style cladding to offer homeowners a pre-finished, lightweight timber-look product which needed little maintenance and was easy to install. Many homes still have aluminium cladding and owners may require additional product for repairs, renovations, additions or patching.
New Durabric lightweight imitation brick panels are manufactured in Melbourne, Victoria, from a mixture of natural aggregates – sand, crushed brick, oxides for colouring- and bonded together with a co-polymer adhesive. The bricks are stenciled onto fibre cement sheets which are then fired to bond and harden the panels. Durabric is a wall cladding system that has many uses and benefits.
Composite Decking by Mitten is an easy care alternative to wood, creating a worry-free outdoor finish which reduces maintenance and is kind to the environment. With a natural woodgrain appearance and concealed fixing, Composite Decking creates a professional finish and alleviates the problems associated with traditional timber decks.
All the uPVC double-glazed windows in our range are built to meet the stresses of our tough Australian environment. They give viable temperature control lasting through the year through their insulating properties – keeping the late spring warmth out and holding the winter warmth in cooler months.
Trims available in all colours to match our Cambridge, Sentry, Cedarline and InsulPlank vinyl cladding ranges.
Mitten Vinyl D5 Eave board (soffit) is ideal for eave linings under roofs and ceiling linings under porches and verandahs. The use of vinyl eave boards on these ‘hard to maintain’ areas will complete your home with a system that is economical, will not rot and never needs painting. Contact Us for further information.
Australian Standard AS 4256.4 -2006 states the following: Type B cladding shall only be used when fully and continuously supported over structural framing or over existing walling. Classification: Type B cladding is defined as having a transverse bending stiffness less than 1.0 Nm2, in accordance with AS/NZS 4257.9.