Combustible cladding has been the focus of new legislation due to recent tragedies like the Lacrosse fire. Failure to ensure your design is built to code carries serious risks as architects can now be found liable for non-compliance.
SUPAWOOD has completed product retesting in order to guarantee that our products comply with the NCC2022 Specification 7, Clauses S7C4 and S7C6 fire testing requirements (was Specification C1.10, clauses 4 and 6 in NCC2019).
Don’t run the risk of using non-compliant building materials.
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