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We can provide a range of natural timber cladding products that are visually pleasing, economic, durable and environmentally sound.
Siberian Larch is an excellent natural timber softwood product, perfect for cladding and shin-gles.
Black coated feather edge cladding is made of Redwood Timber, manufactured the same way as other feather edge profiles. This cladding gives an amazing eye-catching quality to any job, is fitted the exact same way as regular cladding. Please feel free to take a look at some of our cladding work by clicking through the thumbnails below. Noble timber by excellence, Western Red Cedar is a species naturably durable without sapwood which takes on a beautiful silver gray tint when ageing.
As a material, wood cladding is not only lightweight and thermally insulative, but also a renewable source and of course, highly decorative! Accepted nationwide as the standard solution for readily available external timber, Western Red Cedar boasts a winning combination of beautiful aesthetics and durability.
Imported from Russia, Larch is an excellent alternative to Cedar, sporting similar proper-ties to most hardwoods, making it very durable. Thermowood has gone through a process in which extremely high temperatures have penetrated the core of the wood, forcing out all natural oils and resin.
A diagonal blade is used to cut a piece of timber down the middle, resulting in a piece of cladding that tapers to a point. The artistic architects’ cladding of choice, a premium finish means this cladding will leave an impact with all who see it!
Then the wood is re-hydrated and is thoroughly con-ditioned leaving the timber with approx 3-6% moisture content and a stronger core. This cladding is also coated in a black paint, mainly for aesthetic reasons, but also to provide slight UV protection. Smooth grain with stunning patterns and knots make this species of cladding an obvious choice for most.
Essentially a ‘cooked’ wood; this process means weaker species of timber can become much stronger, ena-bling them to be used externally.