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Cladding

Cladding can add extraordinary value and style to any commercial or home improvement project — a natural, durable and decorative touch.

Cladding is available in a range of timber species, profiles and designs. For a project that stands out, discover our expert insights, trends and tips.

Timber Cladding Guide: Best External Wood Cladding Species, Profiles, Types, Treatments & Maintenance

Whether you’re cladding an exterior wall of your house, your outdoor space, an entire commercial building or just your garden shed, there’s a lot of choices to be made.

Timber Trend: Rustic, ‘Weathered’, ‘Old Look’ Grey Timber Cladding

It turns out George Clooney isn’t the only silver fox that has got people swooning — introducing, grey timber cladding.

The Best Types of Cladding for Your Shed, Garden Room, Garden Office Or Summerhouse

An unsightly outbuilding can immediately downgrade your garden. So, what’s the ideal type of wood for cladding the exterior of a shed, garden room, garden office or summerhouse? Which profile should I go for?

Timber Cladding Ideas, Styles, Designs & Trends for Architect & Designers in 2022

Timber cladding has a unique, transformative power — a stunning, natural finish for any property. Explore our eight ideas and add value to your project with a stylish, eye-catching cladding design.

Horizontal vs. Vertical Timber Cladding: Which Is Best For My Project?

When you’re planning a new cladding project, you’ve got a few things to consider. The timber species, the profile — but also its orientation.

Siberian Larch Cladding Treatment, Maintenance & Best Finishes

Siberian Larch cladding provides beauty and sustainability to any design. But despite being naturally durable, over time, the outdoor elements can take their toll.

Do I Need Planning Permission for Exterior Wood Cladding?

Stylish, design-led cladding adds a unique, attractive aesthetic feature to any property. The question is: can I crack on straight away, or do I need to seek planning permission?

Shiplap vs. V-Groove: Which Tongue & Groove Profile Is Best?

Embarking on a cladding project? You’ll need to make some important choices, such as the timber species you want to use, but also the profile you need.

Cedar vs. Larch Cladding — Which Should I Choose?

When it comes to cladding for home improvement or commercial projects, cedar and larch are two timber big boys. With durability, versatility and eye-catching beauty in abundance, it should come as no surprise why.