Health and Safety
Yes, Cladco Fibre Cement Wall Cladding Boards can be cut. When cutting fine dust is released into the atmosphere - the mineral itself is harmless, however dangerous if inhaled and will constitute a health hazard. A Level P3 Respiratory Protective Mask...
As Cladco Composite fencing boards are part wood, these are not fire rated.
We are unable to cut boards to length for customers, boards are easy to cut with a traditional saw, care must be taken when cutting the boards. Boards cannot be cut on our premises.
Customers are unable to cut any product on our premises. This is against our health and safety practices and will not be allowed.
As Cladco Composite cladding boards are part wood, these are not fire rated. Please see test results here.
As Cladco Composite Decking boards are part natural wooden fibres, these are not fire-rated
Like any material left in the hot sun for hours at a time, Composite Decking can get hot, however lighter colours are less likely to retain heat as much as the darker colours can.
Composite Decking is perfectly safe for children and pets, unlike timber decking it will not splinter ensuring children and pets are safe from potential danger. Composite Decking has a hidden T Clip fixing system meaning screws are hidden from view ...