Recycled timber makes a beautiful and sustainable option for cladding, either on the interior or exterior of a building. Here is a run down on what we do and some of the awesome options in recycled timbers.
We make a lot of our cladding out of old house roof timbers sawn into thinner boards and then machined to the profile and appearance you require. Cladding comes in rough sawn, sawtooth or clean dressed finishes.
Square Edge Cladding
This is what it sounds like. A square profile that can be rough sawn, sawtooth or clean dressed depending on the look you’re going for!
Board and Batten Cladding
This style of cladding uses battens, either uniform in size, or in an assortment of sizes to create texture and interest.
Lining boards are thinner than external cladding and are great for interior walls or ceilings. Our two standard profiles are v-join and shadow line. Both these profiles can be installed without the need for visible nails.
Most of our Shiplap cladding goes onto exteriors. The boards create a great weather proof barrier as they overlap one another keeping out moisture and drafts. These can be oiled to keep the prominent colour of the timber or left untreated to grey off.
There are plenty of other options - from using salvaged floorboards, to fixing different sizes of timber to a surface. If you would like to discuss different cladding options, drop us a line or visit us at our showroom.