“… might be of interest to small-holdings and farmers.”
There is the sort of cladding you would not want around your home:
What is cladding, why was it used on Grenfell Tower and how many buildings failed tests following the fire?
And it’s still an issue:
More than 300 tower blocks are still waiting to have Grenfell-style cladding stripped as Government warned it still has a ‘long way to go’ – Manchester Evening News
Which has trapped a lot of people:
Cladding scandal: The homeowners left unable to sell in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire
The problem is that the way we build our housing means we lose a lot of heat:
Heat loss – Designing Buildings Wiki
One way might be to clad your home in solar panels:
With an example from today’s Arch Daily:
Ductal® is a fibrous, ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) which is available with a photovoltaic film incorporated into the large-format panels.
Photovoltaic Cladding from Ductal®
A correspondent suggests:
Not at all suitable for Sidmouth but might be of interest to small-holdings and farmers whose out-buildings are often rather unattractive already…