Stainless Steel wall cladding is one of the most common used in today’s building. Wall cladding may be used both on the interior and exterior of buildings, creating a striking architectural effect. There are so many reasons why Stainless Steel is the top choice for architects.
Unlike most other types of feature material, stainless is available in an array of finishes to suit all conditions. Stainless comes in patterned, dimpled, textured, embossed and also coloured steel finishes. Some of these aspects enhance durability and prevent wear and tear in high traffic areas.
Stainless Steel is an incredibly versatile material, it can be rolled, folded or pressed into almost any shape, it is also one of the most robust and sustainable material due to its superior corrosion resistance. Available in different marine grades to suit surrounding environments when chosen correctly and maintained a life expectancy could be as long as 100 years.
Stainless Steel is also a recyclable material. The majority of Stainless Steel we use today is composed of recycled Stainless Steel or metal that has already served another function in the past. Stainless Steel itself is 100% recyclable and given its life expectancy the energy used in its production also benefits the environment.