We use the world's oldest building material - naturally durable timber - in conjunction with cutting edge technologies to deliver you cladding solutions that can turn your construction project into a beautiful and sustainable reality.
Timber cladding has become increasingly popular over recent years for external building projects, not least because it is strong yet light, durable, protects buildings from the elements (increasingly important as the effects of climate change become more severe), natural, has an attractive appearance, is ideal for helping to insulate buildings and thus reduce energy consumption, as well as being a sustainable, renewable, environmentally friendly option.
As is the case with all of our timber products, our cladding timbers are FSC certified to ensure the long-term survival of the forest they come from.
Timber cladding is ideal for both large scale commercial buildings as well as small domestic properties or garden buildings.
We can provide a timbers for cladding from a wide range of species, including those listed below:
|Cedar||Canada, Europe, UK|
|Larch (incl. charred)||Siberia, Europe, UK|
|Pituca, Cumaru, Jatoba||Brazil|
|Thermodified Frake||West Africa|
Timber Cladding Profiles:
EcoChoice have a wide range of timber cladding profiles available for quick delivery, including shiplap, board-on-board, tongue & groove (T&G), TGV, rainscreens, louvres and brise-soleil.
We can also offer custom-made sections, profiles and lengths by adopting new technologies such as finger-joining or glulam.
Timber Cladding Treatments:
Our cladding timbers do not require chemical preservatives and if installed properly, will last you many years.
However, if you would prefer your timber cladding to be treated rather than leaving it to naturally weather into a gorgeous silver grey, we can deliver your cladding boards with extra protection, including timbers that are:
- Pressure treated (for extra durability)
- Fire treated to achieve class 0 (Euroclass B)
- Thermo modified (also known as thermo wood or heat treated)
For more information on our range of timber cladding, please contact us by clicking the email or call us buttons below.