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UPVC Cladded Internal Finish

UPVC cladding is widely used to produce a stunning internal ceiling for a solid or tiled conservatory roof conversion. It can completely transform a property, enhancing its appearance and providing a cost-effective low maintenance option. Available in a wide range of colours, styles and designs, including Shiplap, Open V, feather edge and Herringbone.


UPVC conservatory panels can maintain the image of a bright, open and airy space.  Conservatory insulation with a UPVC finish can add a clean, sharp and modern look to the room while retaining the open and light-filled effect of a traditional full glass conservatory.


The main benefits of uPVC cladding are:


  • Helps improve a home’s insulation

  • Spruces up and modernizes a property

  • Minimal maintenance, just needs an occasional clean with soap and water

  • Looks good and reflects like in all directions helping to brighten up any room

  • Removes the need for time consuming maintenance such as painting


What is UPVC?


Produced for the first time in 1935, the ‘PVC’ in UPVC stands for a chemical compound made from chlorine, carbon and hydrogen named Polyvinyl Chloride. These components all originate from the naturally occurring raw materials of natural gas, common salt and petroleum. The ‘u’ in front of PVC stands for ‘unplasticised’, meaning that the material has not been softened by the addition of chemical plasticizers. UPVC has many applications including construction, car manufacturing, packaging and furniture. UPVC is a common substance used in the building of conservatories because it is easily shaped under heat and metal rods can be incorporated within the structure when extra support is needed.

Plasterboard and Plaster Skim Internal Finish

Plasterboard has also been known to be the most versatile materials because of its flexibility and its plasticity. Plasterboard is easy to be shaped or moulded to any design.


Other advantages include:


  • Simple to install -Installing plasterboard is easy. They are lightweight and safer to handle, reducing the risks of injury. It provides for a clean, safe and simple installation process.


  • Low Environmental impact - Most plasterboards are made from sustainable resources and recyclable materials. Some plasterboards are even made out of 45% waste recycled

       materials. It also provides for a very healthy living environment and is free of hazardous chemicals.


  • Fire resistant - Plasterboards, are made of crystals which has a small amount of water. During a fire, the water is driven down. This helps to keep the temperature down which in

        turn slows down the spread of fire.


  • Easy to repair - It is fairly easy to repair plasterboards.  You do not even need to buy complicated tools. It is also adaptable. It can easily be moved or transferred for changes in

        the layout and for renovation.


Choosing a plaster finish to your conservatory ceiling can give your conservatory a homely feeling of warmth in the winter while retaining the bright and open space of the room during the summer months. A plaster finish ceiling will also make it appear as if your conservatory is a room that is fully integrated into the house, not just an added attachment – you can match the appearance of the plaster to that of the rest of the house so that the decor will match seamlessly from one room to the next. Your conservatory can become a comfortable living space that feels like a part of your home.


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