What Is Cladding?

Timber cladding is an exterior finish for buildings that involves using timber boards or planks to cover the exterior walls. This technique has been used for centuries due to the natural durability, aesthetic appeal, and sustainability of timber. Timber cladding is suitable for a wide range of building types, including residential homes, commercial buildings, and public structures.

It can be installed using a variety of techniques, including horizontal, vertical, and diagonal patterns, and can be left untreated to weather naturally or finished with a range of coatings or stains to enhance its appearance and durability. Timber cladding is a versatile and timeless option that adds warmth and texture to any building.

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What Can Cladding be Used For?

Residential Homes:
Cladding can be used to improve the appearance and energy efficiency of a house, as well as provide protection from the elements.

Commercial Buildings:
Cladding is commonly used in commercial buildings such as offices, shopping centers, and hotels to enhance their aesthetic appeal and provide protection from the weather.

Industrial Buildings:
Cladding can be used to protect the exterior of factories, warehouses, and other industrial buildings from damage caused by the elements.

Educational and Healthcare Facilities:
Cladding can be used in schools, hospitals, and other public buildings to provide insulation, improve energy efficiency, and enhance the appearance of the building.

Infrastructure Projects:
Cladding can be used to enhance the appearance of bridges, tunnels, and other infrastructure projects while providing protection from the weather and other environmental factors.