Timber Cladding


Timber cladding refers to the use of timber or wood materials to cover the exterior walls of buildings. It serves both functional and aesthetic purposes in construction. It can be made from various types of wood, including softwoods like pine or cedar, or hardwoods like oak or teak.

The primary functions of timber cladding include providing weather resistance and thermal insulation to buildings, as well as enhancing the visual appeal of the exterior. It can be installed in different profiles and styles, such as horizontal or vertical boards, shingles, or panels, allowing for a range of architectural designs and finishes.

Baltic Pine Weatherboards

Dressed Primed H3 Treated Pine boards

Spotted Gum Shiplap Cladding

Silvertop Ash Shiplap Cladding

Blackbutt Shiplap Cladding

Ironash H3 timber cladding

Thermory Cladding Range