- 25 x 100 mm
- 25 x 125 mm
- 25 x 150 mm
- 32 x 125 mm
- 32 x 150 mm
- 50 x 100 mm
- 50 x 125 mm
- 50 x 150 mm
Siberian Larch Tongue & Groove (T&G) Cladding Profile
* Siberian Larch Cladding board widths are subject to change in response to changes in moisture levels. Siberian Larch Cladding is kiln-dried to approx 16-18% prior to machining, but may vary between production and installation on site. Cladding is dispatched from our swawmill at given sizes, but a margin of error should be used when producing cladding layout drawings for expansion and contraction in the timber.
|20 x 95mm, 3m
20 x 95mm, 4m
|500 in stock
0 in stock
|20 x 120mm, 3m
20 x 120mm, 4m
|115 in stock
646 in stock
115 in stock
£9.69 – £16.32
Siberian Larch Cladding Prices
|Cladding size||Price per linear meter (l/m)||Price per square meter (m²)|
|20 x 95mm||£3.23 – excl. vat (£3.88 incl. vat)||£34.00 – excl. vat (£40.80 incl. vat)|
|20 x 120mm||£4.08 – excl. vat (£4.90 incl. vat)||£34.00 – excl. vat (£40.80 incl. vat)|
Siberian Larch Tongue & Groove Cladding
Siberian Larch Tongue & Groove Cladding is very resinous and extremely hard wearing. Siberian Larch is one of the toughest and most durable softwoods in the world. It benefits from impressive dimensional stability, low cost of installation, low maintenance and high manufacturing standards. Tongue & Groove Profile has small gap bethween the lengths when joined together. Siberian Larch Tongue & Groove Profile makes excellent cladding for both residential and commercial projects.
Siberian Larch T&G cladding profile is stable and dense, while being incredibly easy to install without visible nails thanks to the tongue and groove joint. The bevel, where two boards meet, creates a small gap along the joint, making it the perfect timber cladding choice for a contemporary look, whether installing horizontally or vertically on residential or commercial buildings. The timber is resistant to rot when in contact with the ground, and is suitable for use as posts and in fencing.
Siberian Larch Tongue & Groove Cladding is often a very popular choice for its appearance. It is regarded as having a very desired finish and provides beautiful colouring and texture. The shapes and patterns of the growth rings are very aesthetically pleasing and provide real character to each cladding panel. Siberian larch will often start life as pale yellow/golden brown in colour but weathers to striking silvery grey colours, although treatment and staining can change this.
Due to this durability, it is a wood that isn’t as vulnerable to knocks, scrapes and scratches as other woods. This is an important aspect for Siberian larch exterior cladding. Siberian larch can be sawn and machined well, making it a practical and efficient choice of timber for building projects. Siberian Larch Tongue & Groove Cladding Profile not only has a pleasing appearance but is also durable, stable and dense and will therefore provide excellent long term performance even in the harshest of environments.
|Type of wood:||Siberian Larch|
|Purpose:||Interior & Exterior use|
|Dimensions (mm):||20 x 120 mm|
|Origin:||Siberia from sustainable forests|
|Moisture:||Dried to approx. 16 – 18 %|
|Appearance||The wood is a golden yellow colour with a strong grain pattern, similar to pine. Depending on the grade, the boards may include some, or many, dark knots.|
|Resistance to impact||High|
|Fire treatment||Possible by impregnation|