Cedar Cladding


Cedar has become one of the best-known timber species for cladding in the UK.

However, few people know that the Cedar Tree used in cladding (Thuja plicata) grows in many different regions of the world. This means each will have its own characteristics due to the local climate and soil: colour, density, knot content, durability, etc.

  • Canadian Western Red Cedar:

Darker, more colour variation, less knots, denser, durable.

Fun Fact: did you know there's also White Cedar from Canada?

  • UK grown Cedar:

Lighter colour (cream), more knots, less dense, moderately durable but much cheaper.


Canadian Cedar
Canadian Western Red Cedar

Ecochoice delivers Cedar cladding in a range of profiles such as shiplap, tongue-and-groove, TGV and many others directly to your project's site. 

The cladding boards can also be delivered pre-stained or fire-treated to Euro class B (class 0) if necessary.

Standard sizes tend to be 19x90, 19x115, 19x140 and even 19x190mm!

Canadian Western Red Cedar
British Cedar
British Western Red Cedar
British Western Red Cedar in London
British WRC at London development