We can provide machined cladding profiles. The stock size 125mm cover x 20mm (a wider cover on request) and we are not offering the narrow version anymore.
Timber species for these would be Oak, UK Larch, British WRC, Canadian WRC, Siberian Larch and Thermowood.
Waney edge cladding is also available in Douglas Fir, UK Larch, UK Cedar and Oak, priced per square metre POA.
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Valley Cladding Profiles
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- Larch family, UK grown or Siberian
- Cedar family, UK grown or Canadian Western Red
- Douglas Fir
- Thermally modified, Redwood (Thermowood), Poplar, Ash and Sycamore (Brimstone)*
*Care should be taken with thermally modified timber, it is very brittle, therefore care should be taken when handling and fixing. The benefit however, is they require little to no maintenance.
- Red Grandis – Straight grain hardwood and has a similar colour to Canadian Western Red Cedar. Class 3 – Moderately Durable (10 to 15 years)
- UK Larch – Class 3 – Moderately Durable (10 to 15 years)
- Siberian Larch – Class 3 – Moderately Durable (10 to 15 years)
- Douglas Fir – Class 3 – Moderately Durable (10 to 15 years)
- UK Grown Western Red Cedar – Class 2 to 3 – Moderately Durable (15 to 20 years)
- Canadian Western Red Cedar – Class 2 – Durable (15 to 25 years)
- European Oak (Quercus Robur) – Class 2 – Durable (15 to 25 years)
- Thermowood (Modified) – Class 2 – Durable (15 to 25 years)
Timbers to avoid
- Sycamore (unless modified)
- European Beech
- European Birch
- American White Ash
All Non-durable (less than 5 years)
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