In residential properties cladding is used to give a visual contrast to the brick work or render surrounding it. This cladding often becomes dirty quickly due to its structure. Cladding usually has a corrugated type structure which allows dirt to settle in the groves and channels and grow from there.
In a commercial environment cladding is often used to construct the industrial units. Again this cladding becomes dirty but the problem here is not only aesthetic. As the organic dirt grows on an industrial unit it changes colour, on the photo here we see the unit that was originally light grey had turned black due to the growth. This in turn affects the temperature inside the unit proving more difficult and costly to maintain a cooler working temperature for the staff within.
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