Cedral Weatherboard Click Classic Woodgrain
- Finish - Woodgrain painted
- Length - 3600mm
- Width - 186mm
- Cover Width - 167mm
- Thickness - 12mm
- Coverage - 0.601sqm
- Boards per sqm - 1.64
- Weight - 12.2kg
- Fire Rating - A2
- Life Expectancy - 50+ years
- Cedral Click Classic is a fibre cement weatherboard cladding plank with a woodgrain finish.
- Once installed the Click system gives a flush finish due to it's unique tongue and groove board detail and secret clip and screw fixings.
- Cedral Click boards are manufactured in 3600mm lengths by 186mm width and 12mm thickness.
- These low maintenance boards do not require repainting and come in the choice of 10 different pre-painted colours. (Southern Sheeting can source other colours in full pallet quantities only)
- Cedral is resistant to rot, insects UV and are fire rated so offer a innovative alternative to traditional timber weatherboarding.
- Due to the T&G fixing method each board gives greater coverage than the lap system. Each Click board will cover 167mm giving a cover width of 0.60m2 per board. Alternatively please allow 1.64 board per m2.
- Modern Flush finish with hidden fixings
- Low maintenance
- Easy to install
- Timber effect finish
- Available in 10 different pre-painted colours
- Does not rot
- Unaffected by insects
- Resistant to fade
- Long lasting - 50+ year life expectancy
- Can be recycled
How do I work out how many boards I need?
You will require 1.64 Cedral Lap boards per square meter. We also suggest that you add a 5% wastage allowance on to the board quantity if you didn't already add this at the time of calculating the meterage area. If you need any help working out your requirements please get in touch.
How many clip and screw set fixings do I need per Cedral Click board?
Cedral Click boards are 3.6m long and should be fixed to supports at 600mm centres. So 7 fixings should be allowed per board. It is important to include more fixings for wastage and further more should you have batten spacings less than 600mm.
Can I get Cedral Click in other colours not shown on this website?
Southern Sheeting stock all 10 standard Cedral Click colours in a woodgrain finish and 3 colours of Cedral Click in a smooth finish. Other colours are available from the manufacturer although these will be subject to minimum order quantities of a full pallet (144no. boards). Lead times and prices may vary on special order colours, please call for more details.
How much does Cedral cost per M2?
Southern Sheeting Supplies offer quantity discounting so the more you need the cheaper the unit price so it is very hard to offer a meterage price that covers all projects. To add, each project will require varying amounts of trims which will impact the project price considerably. To get an overall price please
add your items to a quote basket or give us a call to discuss in more detail.
Why are the woodstain board more expensive than the painted board?
Lap woodstain boards are considerably more expensive when compared to Lap painted boards due to the extra process that the boards need to go through at the time of manufacturing to achieve the stain. Woodstain boards also require further curing time at the factory.
What is Cedral weatherboard made from?
Cedral Weatherboard is manufactured in fibre cement which is a combination of Cement, water and cellulose fibres.
What is the life expectancy of Cedral Weatherboard?
Cedral planks have a minimum life expectancy of 50 years.
Is Cedral resistant to fire?
Yes, Cedral has a fire rating of Euroclass A2. The planks have limited combustibility and so does not further the spread of fire.
What is the importance of airflow behind Cedral?
Airflow behind Cedral cladding is critical and it should always be installed on battens - never laid on to flat boarding. Cedral is a porous material and so requires airflow behind the cladding to allow the system to remove moisture. Cedral should be installed in accordance to ventilated rainscreen installation principle whereby airflow can come in behind the boards at the base of the cladding, flow behind the boards and out of an opening at the top of the cladding.
What maintenance is required for Cedral Cladding?
Maintenance for Cedral cladding is minimal. An annual hose down is advised and any spoiling should be rubbed down with a soft sponge and slightly soapy water or soft household detergent.
Why is Cedral better than other fibre cement weatherboard cladding boards?
Cedral Lap weatherboard is 10mm thick which is 2mm thicker than most others. This makes the board stronger, more shock resistant, and allows l less flex. Thicker boards are easier to work with prior to installation and also reduces the chances of any movement/rattling once installed on elevations exposed to high winds.
Can I get colour matched trims in the same material?
No, Cedral Cladding is supplied with a range of colour matched aluminium trims. You can no longer purchase fibre cement trims to suit.
Can I add insulation behind Cedral Cladding?
Yes, Adding insulation behind the cladding is very common. You must ensure however that you leave a minimum of 30mm airflow behind the cladding and so it is important not to completely fill the voids with insulation.
How can I cut Cedral Weatherboard?
Cedral Weatherboard can be cut using a specialist fibre cement saw blade in a circular saw. Guillotines are also available for straight cuts on the Lap boards only - Guillotines will not cut through Click boards well.
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