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European Oak Fingerjointed Shiplap Cladding DTC29

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Finger Jointed Oak Shiplap Cladding is a sharper lined more defined take on our standard Shiplap. Finger Jointed Cladding is made up from smaller pieces and joined together in the length to create a longer piece. We stock a set length of 4.500m that can contain between 5 and 7 pieces. The added benefits of the Finger Jointed Shiplap are long available lengths, extra stability and a cost saving against solid piece production. A stylish, cost effective profile.

Key Features

  • 20 x 135mm (125mm Cover)
  • Light to medium brown colour
  • Installed horizontally
  • 10-12% moisture content
  • Naturally attractive & durable
  • More defined shiplap
  • Stainless steel fixings to be used
  • Owatrol Textrol HES recommended finish
PriceVariation
£4.95per linear metre
£39.60per square metre

prices shown exclude VAT

Available lengths

  • 4.5m

Subject to availability

Available in:

Timber Species:
European Oak

Finger Jointed Oak is a process where smaller pieces of timber are machined and glued together to create one long length. This is usually then goes on to be profiled into a decking or cladding board. The key benefits of a Finger Jointed product is that the smaller pieces can be edited free from defects, it is available in longer more stable lengths and is a cheaper alternative to a solid plank.

Timber Species Specification

SpecificationValue
Common NameEuropean Oak
Scientific NameQuercus robur
Avg Dried Weight675kg/m3
GrainStraight
TextureCoarse
GradeQF2/3X

Cladding Profile Specification

SpecificationValue
Overall Size20 x 135mm
Cover125mm
Metres per m28lm
Product CodeDTC29

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