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Timber Cladding

Timber cladding involves using wooden panels or boards to cover the exterior walls of a building. It serves both functional and aesthetic purposes.

Types of timber cladding:

Shiplap Cladding:

– Horizontal boards with a slight overlap, creating a clean and uniform appearance.

– Effective at shedding water, providing weather protection.

Tongue and Groove Cladding:

– Interlocking edges for a seamless and tight fit, reducing the chance of water penetration.

– Often used for a more traditional or rustic look.

Board-on-Board Cladding:

– Overlapping boards where each successive layer covers the joint of the previous one.

– Offers enhanced privacy and weather resistance.

Channel Cladding:

– Boards with a groove cut out, creating a channel effect when installed.

– Provides a modern and visually interesting design.

Batten Cladding:

– Vertical or horizontal battens that create a gap between boards, allowing for ventilation.

– Commonly used for a contemporary and open appearance.

Cedar Shingle Cladding:

– Small, tapered wooden shingles applied to the exterior, offering a textured and distinctive look.

– Suitable for a range of architectural styles.

V-Joint Cladding:

– Boards with a V-shaped groove along the joint, adding depth to the cladding.

– Ideal for creating visual interest and shadow lines.

Rustic Waney Edge Cladding:

– Features irregular edges from the outer part of the tree, providing a more natural and rustic appearance.

– Offers a unique, textured facade.

Reclaimed Timber Cladding:

– Repurposed wood from old structures, contributing to a weathered and characterful aesthetic.

– Embraces sustainability and adds historical charm.

Modified Wood Cladding:

– Timber that undergoes treatment processes to enhance durability and resistance to decay.

– Provides a stable and long-lasting cladding option.

When choosing timber cladding, factors like wood species, installation method, and maintenance requirements should be considered to ensure the desired look and performance for the specific project.

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