Exterior Wall Cladding Range

PVC external cladding is one of the fastest growing home improvement materials in the UK.

European Manufacturer

PVC-U Cladding is an integral part of the Freefoam range. Freefoam is one of the market leaders of PVC-U Cladding with products available from major DIY and Trade outlets throughout France, Belgium, Germany and Holland. With manufacturing plants in Ireland and the UK, Freefoam is now bringing their expertise and knowledge to the UK market.

Freefoam Cladding Range

Freefoam has developed a range of products suitable for cladding any style of house.

White Cladding
Standard smooth cladding in bright white available in a Shiplap design.

Woodgrain Cladding
Two options: A slim 7mm Shiplap board or the premium ‘X Wood’ 16mm Shiplap board both finished with a beautiful wood effect veneer in a range of finishes from traditional Mahogany to more contemporary Anthracite Grey.

Embossed Cladding
Fortex embossed Double Shiplap and Weatherboard style cladding is available in a beautiful range of subtle pastel colours and 'heritage' style colours.

X Wood Woodgrain Cladding
Premium high performance PVC Shiplap style cladding which can be used in any situation where timber might traditionally be fitted.

Single and Double Shiplap Cladding
A scalloped style board that creates a natural shadow line. Available in a 150mm Single Shiplap or 333mm Double Shiplap in a range of embossed and woodgrain finishes..

Weatherboard Cladding
Sometimes known as featheredge cladding, a traditional style designed with the look and feel of wood, with an embossed finish.  

Matching or Contrasting Cladding Trims

Freefoam PVC cladding comes with a standard range of trims designed specifically to make fitting easy, giving a neat professional finish to any project. Choose matching trims to create a sleek coordinated look or a contrasting colour to give a more dramatic statement finish to your project.

To request a cladding quote from a Freefoam Registered Installer please complete the 'Get a Quote' form >

Watch the video below to see how easy it is.