An Australian Supplier of Non-Combustible Cladding Improving Fire Safety Standards

A series of devastating fires in buildings across the world, such as the Grenfell fire in the heart of London, has placed the lack of safety in certain cladding and construction products under the microscope. Throughout Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and beyond, there has been a push to amend Australian standards in the National Construction Code, to ensure that the use of Aluminium Composite Panels (ACP) is reduced as much as possible, in favour more non-combustible, external timber cladding. By forcing construction companies to be compliant with these fire safety standards, Australian properties and lives become inherently more protected from certain disasters.

At Weathertex, we fully support this move to highlight the deficiencies of ACP, and offer affordable alternatives in the form of regulation-compliant, external timber cladding. If you would like to find out more before introducing our products to your home, contact us today.

External timber cladding meeting Australian standards for all properties

Ensuring that fire safety standards are met throughout Australian properties doesn’t mean they are limited to residential areas. Weathertex provide quality timber, external cladding for apartment buildings, hotels, schools, cinemas, churches, theatres, aged-care facilities, and virtually any other design. It is a testament not only to the regulation-compliant, non-combustible materials providing protection, but also the unparalleled aesthetic element imbued in the cladding’s production, improving buildings across Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and wider Australia beyond.

Learn more about regulation-compliant cladding

Avoid catastrophe by working exclusively with high quality construction materials on your next project. To learn more about how to ensure your property’s construction is compliant with Australian fire safety standards, or for more information on our non-combustible, external timber cladding, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our friendly staff today. You can do so by calling 1800 040 080, sending an email to, or by leaving your details on our easy to complete enquiry form found on our contact page. We look forward to hearing from you.