The actual sizes and number of system components that make up a complete Insulclad™ Rendered Wall System will vary depending on the system configuration you choose.

1. Choose between an Insulclad Direct Fixed or Insulclad Cavity Cladding System.

Consult with your architect, builder, or local council to determine which system best suits your particular home or local building regulations.

2. Choose your panel thickness.

Eliminate the need for further insulation in the walls. The r-value (rate of thermal resistance) increases as the panel thickness increases. The minimum required r-value for wall insulation will be stipulated by your local council. Create increased levels of comfort within your home and achieve greater energy-efficiency by exceeding the minimum required r-value through selecting greater panel thickness.

Create deeper window and door reveals to help create the look that best suits the design of your home. The panel thickness that you choose will be a similar dimension to the final depth of your window or door reveals. For example, 100mm panel thickness will equal approximately 100mm door or window reveal.

The type of construction may also help determine the panel thickness of your system. For example, new construction may be suited to thicker panels whereas cladding over existing cladding solutions or masonry may require thinner panels. Consult with your builder or architect to determine what panel thickness best suits your type of construction.

3. View the product range.

View the complete range of the required components that correspond with your selected system and panel thickness.


Insulclad Panel


Fixings and Accessories


PVC Edge Trims


Base Render


Joint Patch Additive


Reinforcing Fibre Glass Mesh


Finishing Renders


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