Aluminum capping is a commonly used technique to protect and improve the appearance of exterior wood cladding elements. This technique involves applying a layer of aluminum to the most exposed parts of the wood, such as thresholds, borders, and window frames, to prevent deterioration caused by weather and to avoid maintenance costs.
Aluminum capping offers several advantages. First, it protects the most exposed parts of the wood against external elements. Aluminum is a durable material that is resistant to weather and UV rays, which prolongs the life of the wood and avoids the high maintenance costs associated with regular wood maintenance.
Second, aluminum capping allows you to customize the appearance of your building. It is available in several colors, finishes, and patterns, allowing you to choose an option that suits your tastes and the aesthetics of your building.