Farm Building Cladding

Adding cladding to your farm building walls and roof is an easy way to improve energy efficiency and the aesthetics of the building while protecting it from the elements.

Crocker Cladding provides a range of specialised cladding installation services to farmers and agricultural businesses in Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire.

Whether you are constructing a new building or renovating an existing one, our expert team will work with you to design and install a cladding option that suits all your needs and requirements.

As a family-run company, customer service and high-quality products are our priorities, so when choosing to work with us, you can be confident in receiving a smooth process and an excellent finished product.

To get a quote for cladding installation online, complete our contact form or call us on 07954 323335.

Farm Building Cladding Services

Farm building cladding can be used in a number of places, and its installation isn't always as straightforward as adding the material to your existing or new wall.

This is why we offer a comprehensive range of services, allowing you to keep the project under one roof with one company.

Services we offer include:

With years of experience, our installation and removal services are efficient and hassle-free. We will work with other contractors on the project and keep a constant dialogue of communication open with everyone involved so that the process is seamless from beginning to end.

Call us on 07954 323335 to learn more about our farm building cladding services or to request a quote.

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Benefits of Cladding for Farm Buildings


Cladding is becoming a popular addition to farm outhouses and on-site buildings because it offers many benefits.

  Weather Protection

Cladding is an additional layer on the front of the building offering protection from harsh weather conditions such as rain, wind, snow and UV rays. This protection shields the building’s structure and contents from damage.


Insulation can be added to cladding on a farm building, improving the thermal insulation of the building and regulating the temperature to reduce cooling and heating costs.

  Aesthetic Enhancement

Installing cladding to an existing building is an easy and cost-effective way to renovate the building. The materials can give old and new buildings a more polished and professional look.


There is a wide range of colour, design and style options available, meaning that we can install cladding that matches your other buildings and the overall look of your farm.

Our team has a wealth of knowledge and expertise on the benefits of cladding for farm buildings, so don't hesitate to get in touch with them to learn more about why you should install it onto your farm outhouses.

Our Farm Building Cladding Solutions

We are able to supply and install a variety of cladding types, ensuring that the addition to your building suits all of your requirements.

Single Skin Cladding

This type of cladding is often used to extend the lifespan of existing roofs or walls. It will add more insulation to the building while also freshening the look.

Single skin cladding is an affordable and lightweight option often recommended to those looking for a quick installation that will cause minimal disruption.

Double Skin Cladding

When looking for high-quality weatherproofing, double skin cladding is a common choice.

As it is double the thickness of single skin cladding, it offers better energy efficiency, noise reduction and protection.

Double skin cladding is an affordable material but needs slightly longer to be installed.

Composite Cladding

A synthetic alternative to timber, composite cladding is stronger and more durable.

While slightly more expensive, this material is easy to install and low-maintenance, meaning it will preserve the appearance of your building for many years.

Why Choose Us

As a leading commercial cladding installation company in Dorset, there are many reasons to choose us for your farm building cladding installation.


Our team of specialists are highly trained and accredited to efficiently install a range of cladding options to farm building walls and roofs.


We have years of experience installing cladding on various buildings within the farming and agricultural industry.


Installing high-quality products is a priority to us, so you can be confident that your finished product will be of our highest standards.


We ensure that everyone involved with the installation, from you to additional contractors and project managers, is kept in the loop at every stage of our process.

  Hassle-free Service

Construction and building projects can be stressful, so we aim to remove stress from you. Working with us is simple and hassle-free.

  Range of Services

Our team provide a range of services, which include asbestos removal and fire door installations. This means that you can rely on one company to do it all.

We are proud of the service we provide and love to work with new customers to improve their farm buildings. If you are interested in cladding your farm building, contact our team to discuss your requirements and get a quote. Complete our online contact form or call us on 07954 323335.

Farm Building Cladding FAQs

Farm building cladding is a protective layer installed on external walls and roofs of farm buildings and outhouses. Cladding provides a variety of benefits, such as improved energy efficiency, aesthetics and extra building protection.

A range of materials are used for cladding. Common materials include metal (such as steel or aluminium), timber (wood), fibre cement, PVC, and composite panels. The different materials offer different characteristics, so we recommend you speak to one of our experts to learn which material you should use on your building.

Cladding offers several benefits for farm buildings, including weather protection, insulation to regulate indoor temperatures, durability to withstand wear and tear, aesthetic enhancement to improve the building's appearance, and increased property value.

When choosing cladding for a farm building, consider factors such as the building's location and exposure to weather elements, the intended use of the structure, budget constraints, maintenance requirements, and aesthetic preferences. These factors will help determine the best materials to use and the most suitable type of cladding.

The duration of installing cladding on your farm building can vary depending on factors such as the size and complexity of the structure, the type of cladding being used and the availability of labour and equipment. Generally, installation timelines can range from a few days to several weeks with proper planning and coordination.

In general, no. Cladding is low maintenance and long-lasting. To keep most cladding types looking fresh for longer, you simply need to give it a wash with some water and a soft cloth. Some types of cladding may require painting or treatment to maintain their appearance and performance. We will share maintenance instructions with you once we have completed the installation.