Timber cladding has become very popular when finishing the external walls of a house or commercial building.  It has become a leading choice by home owners, architects and tradesmen because of its aesthetic pleasing look and durability. There are many types of timber cladding with variations on timber species and cladding profiles.

The timber species most popular for cladding are European oak, Larch, Douglas fir and Cedar these timber species are favoured due to their natural resistance to decay. The four mentioned will not only provide a long lasting protective layer to any building but also offer great insulating qualities and they are attractive to look at. Within our range of cladding you will find traditional styles such as sawn feather edge and waney edge along with modern styles such as vertical rhombus and half lap.

On the cladding pages you will be able to access lots of useful information on the cladding and timber species.

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Air Dried Oak Half Lap Cladding

Special Offer

Half lap cladding is fast becoming one of the most popular cladding profiles and the air-dried oak really does it justice.

Its sleek crisp lines and beautiful grain pattern give any building a touch of luxury to any building from out building to barns and houses. Half lap is a machined profile that has smooth edges and an overlapping profile to create a weather proof barrier. Half lap cladding can be fixed vertically and horizontally.

This offer is only on whilst stocks last: