Rain screen cladding

Our experience of applying rain screen cladding has seen us applying it to refurbishment and new builds projects throughout England and Wales.

Over time, weather and condensation build-up can erode a building’s fabric, resulting in cracks appearing in the render. As well as looking unsightly, thermal insulation requirements fail to be met, and the value of the property declines.

Rainscreen cladding involves attaching an outer skin of cladding to the building, forming a double-layer. The outer layer is waterproof, and the inner layer provides thermal insulation, resulting in a dry, warm property that meets current requirements.

What are the advantages of rainscreen cladding?

  • Adaptable – it can be used for new builds or to repair failing structures, and the levels of insulation can be adjusted to suit the required application
  • 50 year life expectancy
  • Zero maintenance – no cleaning or painting required, and the finish is vandal-proof
  • Fire-rated
  • Vast range of colour and texture options

Joyner believe that as a specialist facade contractor, we should be able to deliver a complete package. That’s why we are approved by so many of the major cladding system manufacturers to supply and install a wide variety of rain screen cladding.