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Rainscreen Cladding

Rainscreen cladding is a type of exterior cladding system that is designed to protect a building from moisture damage.

It is an effective solution for buildings that are located in areas with high levels of precipitation, as it helps to prevent water from penetrating the building envelope.

The basic concept of rainscreen cladding is to create a gap between the outer layer of the cladding and the wall of the building. This gap allows for air to circulate and for any moisture that does penetrate the outer layer to evaporate. This helps to prevent water from seeping into the building and causing damage to the structure or interior finishes.

Rainscreen cladding can be made from a variety of materials, including metal, wood, fiber cement, and composite panels. Each material has its own unique properties and advantages, so it is important to choose the right type of cladding for your building based on factors such as climate, budget, and aesthetic preferences.

Overall, rainscreen cladding is an effective way to protect buildings from moisture damage and improve their energy efficiency. By creating a barrier between the exterior of the building and the interior, it helps to maintain a comfortable and safe living or working environment for occupants.

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