Envira Colour Choices

Envira paint colour choices

 

As with any painted cladding if the surface is well prepared, painted and maintained then re-painting is only required every 10 to 12 years.

Using dark paint colours on any surface can generate excessive heat causing damage to the paint and the material below. To safeguard against this Envira weatherboards must be painted with a 45+ light reflectance value (LRV) rating.

The LRV of a colour indicates the amount of light and heat that a colour will reflect. Black has a reflectance value of almost 0% and absorbs almost all light and heat. The surfaces are consequently very dark and can get very hot. In contrast, white has a reflectance value of almost 100% and keeps a substrate cool.

Below are some fashionable examples of Resene colours that would be ideal to use on Envira Timber Cladding as they have an LRV rating of 45 or more.

Resene Half Cloudy

Resene Half Cloudy

Resene Eighth Stack

Resene Eighth Stack

 Resene Half Surrender

Resene Half Surrender

Resene Half Napa

Resene Half Napa

Resene Cloudy

Resene Cloudy

Resene Quarter Stack

Resene Quarter Stack

Resene Silver Chalice

Resene Silver Chalice

Resene Tea

Resene Tea

Resene Quarter Gargoyle

Resene Quarter Gargoyle

Resene Surrender

Resene Surrender

Resene Truffle

Resene Truffle

Resene Double Tea

Resene Double Tea

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