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S.K.Y Constructors Ltd
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S.K.Y Constructors Ltd
9.32(7 reviews)

Operates in Barnsley

What we do, we are specialised in building work but we have got workers that are specialised in interior work for example, painting and decorating, plastering, plasterboard, flooring, Tilling.
Call07458 175980
G Dye & Sons General Builders & Groundworks
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G Dye & Sons General Builders & Groundworks
9.98(73 reviews)

Operates in Barnsley

H,i I do all types of construction work and landscaping like Drainage, paving, block paving, roof repairs, guttering, painting and all types of building work
Call07458 191860
9.94(32 reviews)

Operates in Barnsley

Yorkshire Home and Garden offer a wide range of high quality home & garden projects. Our time served builders, joiners, plasterers and landscapers can deliver your project to the highest standards.
Call07488 842687
Pl.carpentry & Joinery Services Ltd
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Pl.carpentry & Joinery Services Ltd
9.42(20 reviews)

Operates in Barnsley

Call07488 814816
PRRP Limited
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PRRP Limited
10(71 reviews)

Operates in Barnsley

Welcome to PRRP LTD. We are a Sheffield based family run building company with over 30 years experience within the building trade.
Call07458 192260
JNP Renovations Ltd
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JNP Renovations Ltd
9.94(4 reviews)

Operates in Barnsley

JNP Renovations Ltd offers a range of services from building works to loft conversions. Extensions to home renovations or just a decorating project. All repair work undertaken to suit all budgets.
Call07488 815821
Grifford Interiors Ltd
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Grifford Interiors Ltd
10(47 reviews)

Operates in Barnsley

We cover Kitchens, Bathrooms, Full Home Renovations & some commercial renovations. Specialising in all types of Extensions, Outbuildings & Landscaping.
Call07458 187327
J.a.t Developments Limited
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J.a.t Developments Limited
8.7(9 reviews)

Operates in Barnsley

We J.A.T Developments Limited are a father and son family run building company. We have 30 years of experience in the trade. We’re a turnkey operation from start to finish and cover all
Call07458 174211
Dove Construction (wakefield) Limited
Dove Construction (wakefield) Limited
10(4 reviews)

Operates in Barnsley

Dove Construction Ltd is a small local company offering a professional, reliable and friendly service. We cover all aspects of building and renovation work including: Extensions and new builds:...
Call07458 177026
9.83(12 reviews)

Operates in Barnsley

We thrive on customer satisfaction - no job too small, no job too large
Call07488 846873

Cladding installers near me in Barnsley

There are many excellent local cladding installers in Barnsley who come with the recommendation of your neighbours.

You can find local cladding fitters in two quick and easy ways:

  1. Search for local cladding installers in Barnsley and contact them directly

  2. Use our helpful request a quote feature and we’ll do the hard work for you – just tell us what you need doing and we’ll reach out to recommended cladding installation specialists in your area. They will then contact you directly.

  • What is cladding?

    Cladding is used in construction to increase the insulation of a building and improve its weather resistance. It’s also used decoratively to enhance the appearance of any structure from homes to high rise buildings.

    Many homeowners choose to add cladding to their properties to improve security and reduce sound pollution. Cladding works well at blocking noise from travelling through the walls of a building, creating a more peaceful environment. Cladding can be used internally or externally.

    How does cladding work?

    Cladding adds an extra layer to the outside of any building, protecting the structure from rain and wind. Often, cladding isn’t waterproof but having this extra layer prevents moisture from seeping through the walls of a building.

    Paying for cladding installation by specialists is an excellent choice if you want to improve the energy efficiency of your property. Having this second skin of material means that the heat you generate in your home can’t escape through small cracks and holes.

    With cladding you’ll use less energy to heat your home, saving you money.

    What are the different types of cladding?

    Cladding can be made from many different materials and is available in a variety of styles and colours. Some of the most common types of cladding include:

    • Timber: Possibly the most common type of cladding, wood cladding creates beautiful aesthetics with a natural, welcoming feel.

    • Stone: Often used externally and made up of a thin covering of stone, this type of cladding gives any property a natural, rustic feel.

    • Brick: Designed to suit any building, brick cladding is available in many colours allowing you to create stunning patterns.

    • UPVC: Low maintenance and weatherproof, UPVC cladding is a great choice for anyone looking to protect their home from the rain and fires.

    • Weatherboard: This type of cladding is perfect to enhance and protect your home.

    • Glass: Designed to create a luxurious finish to any structure, glass cladding is affordable, strong and lightweight.

    • Metal: Metal cladding is often used on high rise buildings as it’s very affordable and modern.

    If you’re unsure what’s the best type of cladding for your home, read our exterior wall cladding ideas guide.

    What does cladding look like?

    This really depends on the type of cladding you choose. It can create a natural, rustic, elegant, luxurious, or modern feel to any building.

    For example, choosing timber cladding will give your home a warm, welcoming aesthetic.

  • How much does cladding cost?

    Cladding prices will vary between the different materials available. Some of the more affordable options include metal, uPVC and glass.

    The cost of cladding will also depend on the size of your home, the quality of the materials you choose and where your property is located.

    Average cladding prices

    Our house cladding cost guide covers some of the most common types of cladding and their average prices. You can also read more about the factors that affect cladding prices.

    For example: The average cost of uPVC cladding is £20 per m2, while the average cost of timber cladding is £35 per m2.

  • Can I fit cladding myself?

    This comes down to your experience with DIY projects. If you’re a beginner, fitting cladding is too complex for you. Plus, you risk damaging your home if you don’t install cladding correctly.

    If you have some experience, it’s definitely possible to fit cladding yourself.

    How to fit cladding

    Learning how to fit cladding can take time, so make sure you find some time to get to grips with this new skill.

    You’ll need to gather the right tools and materials before beginning. These are listed in our guide on how to install cladding.

    While you’ll find detailed step-by-step instructions in the above guide, the basic process of installing cladding involves:

    • Letting the material acclimatise

    • Preparing the walls

    • Fitting each batten and nailing in place

    • Trimming and sanding the cladding

    • Hammering the boards onto your walls

    How much cladding do I need?

    If you plan to install cladding yourself, you’ll need to know the right amount of materials to buy. You can calculate how much cladding you need by measuring the walls of your home. Check the width and height before multiplying to give you the square metre total you’ll need.

    Next, divide this figure by the width of the cladding boards you’ve chosen. Make sure to bear in mind that cladding overlaps. So, take the amount of overlap away from the width of your cladding boards before dividing.

    For example, if your cladding boards are 200mm wide and they overlap by 10mm, the width figure you need to use is 190mm.

    Finally, divide this figure by the length of your cladding boards. It’s also worth adding 10% extra to allow for mistakes.

  • Want to speak to cladding installers in Barnsley?

    If you’re planning to enhance your home with cladding, contacting an experienced, qualified installer is essential. They’ll be able to give you a quote and explain the installation process.

    A professional cladding fitter will also be happy to assist you with choosing the right type of cladding for your home.

    Once you’re ready to take the first steps on your cladding journey, we can help you find professionals to fit your cladding in Barnsley.

    Use our online search feature to explore your local options.

    Alternatively, why not try our request a quote feature? Just give us the details of your job and we’ll pass these on to three local cladding installers who’ll get in touch directly.