Does Sheet Metal Cladding Affect Interior Air Quality?
A lot of people ask themselves whether sheet metal cladding can affect air quality in a house.
In this blog, we have come up with the most convincing reasons why you need sheet metal cladding to improve the air quality in your home or building.
Great Benefits of Sheet Metal Cladding
Metals are well known to have excellent longevity, resistance, and durability.
1. No off-gassing of harmful chemicals
One of the reasons why sheet metal cladding lasts a long time is because it’s not very reactive. It’s metal, and it’s not going to off-gas any of the harmful volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) like plastics will.
2. Doesn’t absorb moisture
Unlike other materials like brick or wood, metal doesn’t hold or retain moisture. This makes it a better option for homes as you wouldn’t worry about fungus, mildew, moulds, etc.
Materials that absorb moisture and promote the growth of fungi, will affect air quality in the house. Moulds, fungus, and mildew are harmful to one’s health.
One of the benefits of selecting sheet metal cladding is its fire-resistance abilities. It is great for houses as you don’t have to think about fire damage. This boosts your peace of mind and confidence in your building materials.
For example, you are well protected against thunderstorms even if lightning strikes the cladding.
Metal is a recyclable material. When it depreciates its value, it doesn’t just become useless, as it can be reused and recycled.
We recommend installing sheet metal cladding to your building’s exterior. This is our business, and, as noted here, we know that sheet metal does not have any bad effects on air quality.
Since 2004, Klassen Building Supplies has been a leader in sheet metal fabrication, supply, and installation in the Vancouver area. Klassen also does considerable custom metal work.
If you have any questions about this article or any of our sheet metal supplies, please call us at (604) 543-7331 or use the convenient form on our Contact page. Klassen is based in Surrey, BC.