No. That’s one big difference between North Coast Cladding and other installers. We have years of experience installing vinyl cladding on Northern Rivers and North Coast New South Wales housed, both old and new. With older houses of timber construction, we understand that they move and change shape slightly due to changes in the environment. Increased heat or humidity and the degree of moisture in the ground plays a big part in the amount that an older house might change shape. When we do an installation, we draw on our experience to look for clues as to the direction and degree of movement in a house or building and then allow for that movement in the methods we use to affix the cladding. This ensures that the cladding won’t warp, but rather will adapt to the movement within a tolerance that will maintain a plumb appearance.