Euro Selekta Clad is a unique, pre-finished composite cladding with a beautiful timber-grain embossed surface. With the natural properties of wood combined with the resistance of high-quality resins,
the Euro Selekta Clad ticks many boxes for fire certification making it the perfect choice door for fire prone areas. Designed for stability and longevity, Euro Selekta Clad is eco-friendly and maintenance free.
This versatile door is offered in eight colours that compliment the facade of any home.
Bushfire resistant: (AS/NZ 3837) Now Euro Selekta cladding is approved to be installed on any building in a bushfire prone area rated - up toBAL29*.
*Subject to the Building Code of Australia.
Codemark certified: Independently verified to meet compliance requirements of the National Construction Code (Building Code of Australia).
Water resistant: Finely-chopped wood, with uniform, homogeneous structure and high-quality resins for strong bonding, guarantee the highly-compressed and dimensionally-stable material structure.
PEFC certified: Timber components sourced from PEFC Certified sustainably managed forests. Perfect for use in high-exposure or difficult-to-access areas.
Hidden fixing system: Simple tongue and groove fixing system with machined screw slots.
Non leaching: The only timber-look cladding that cannot leach as there are no tannins impregnated into the profile.
High Rw acoustic rating: Laboratory acoustic testing results available.
Rot and pest resistant: Guaranteed not to rot, split, warp or check. Highly resistant to damage caused by termites and fungal decay.
Ideal timber substitute: Perfect for use in high-exposure areas where natural timbers would require regular maintenance.
High impact resistance: Exceptional resistance to impact damage.
COLORBOND® steel colour swatches and images shown on Eco Garage Doors website/brochure have been reproduced to represent actual product colours as accurately as possible. However, we recommend checking your chosen colour against an actual sample of the product before purchasing, as varying light conditions and limitations of the printing process may affect colour tones.