Cedral Weatherboard manufactured by Marley Eternit

A Building clad in Cedral Weatherboard

Cedral Weatherboard looks like timber, is easy to install, doesn't rot and is an attractive, low maintenance alternative to PVCu and wood. Cedral Weatherboard is a popular choice as a feature on modern buildings, particularly in coastal locations.

Cedral Weatherboard is supplied in a range of 23 Factory applied colours and woodstains or can be supplied in its natural manufactured state for on-site finishing.

Domestic Applications

In house building, Cedral Weatherboard enables the owner to achieve a 'heritage style' look, adding to the kerb appeal. In conservation areas where plastic materials are not often permitted, the realistic timber like appearance of Cedral Weatherboard has been carefully designed to comply with strict planning requirements.



Cedral Weatherboard can be used to replace like materials such as timber planking, PVCu sidings and similar materials. It can interest to gable walls ; adorn dormers; clad window areas that have become an eyesore; give garages a make over; revamp barn conversions. The use of the material is limited only by your imagination.



Typically, Cedral Weatherboard can be used to recreate or achieve a weatherboarding-type or 'colonial' look. Alternatively it can also be applied to create a contrasting planking effect to brick-clad or flat-clad buildings. Cedral Weatherboard can be used equally effectively on small or large scale areas of a building to break up the look or to pick up material, colour and shape themes.


  • Very low maintenance
  • Resistant to rot and maintains 'as new' appearance
  • Easy to install
  • Immune to attack by pests & insects
  • Stands up to the harshest weather conditions particularly in coastal locations
  • Looks appealing
  • Use in the same way as wood with ordinary carpentry tools
  • Screw and nail without pre-drilling
  • Ideal for use where traditional timber boards might be considered
  • Very good fire resistance & fore spread resistance
  • Good sound insulation
  • Temperature resistant (heat and frost)
  • Resistant to fungi and bacteria
  • Resistant to many chemicals
  • Can be installed vertically or horizontally