Timber cladding is an attractive and economical way to finish the exterior of both new and old buildings.
Wood provides a hardwearing, protective layer against the elements, and it is an excellent insulator.
We can supply a wide range of cladding materials in various sizes including;
Softwood PTG&V, Shiplap, Bead and Butt, Hardwood TG&V, Cedar Shiplap, Siberian Larch, Featheredge, Waney Edge and Yorkshire Boarding.
We stock high quality prepared Scandinavian softwood cladding (PTGV, Bead and Butt, Shiplap etc) sourced from northern Sweden and Finland which results in slow grown, high quality timber. It can usually be supplied untreated or pressure treated.
The natural durability and stability of western red cedar products have made them a popular choice for shingles and weatherboarding in North America for many years and they are now becoming increasingly popular in the UK.
The rustic nature, durability and versatility of the Waney Edge, Featheredge and Yorkshire boarding makes them a popular choice for projects ranging from garden sheds to agricultural buildings.
Size & Specification Grade: Grade A Western Red Cedar Slat Size: 18mm x 44mm Lengths: 1.83m Profile: 2mm radius on 4 corners Skyline Cedar easy to work with, easy to install Premium Timber for Screening, Slatted Fencing, Contemporary Fencing and other exterior structures. Skyline Premium Western Red Cedar Slats are planed on all four sides with a […]
Imported Western Red Cedar (North American/Canadian, a popular reddish brown cladding that ages to silver grey if left unprotected) Homegrown Native Cedar (Home-grown British Cedar generally has more knots than the imported Western Red, is lighter in colour, rated as moderately durable, one down from imported cedar’s ‘durable’ rating. All other properties are comparable.) […]
Imported Siberian Larch Siberian Larch is a highly attractive wood species, it’s good physical/mechanical properties make it much sought after for exterior applications such as cladding. Homegrown Native Larch Home-grown British Larch, pale brown to reddish brown, a natural cost effective choice. Slightly to moderately durable generally has more knots than the imported Larch. […]