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Siberian Larch Cladding

When used as cladding – Siberian Larch is ideal for exposed areas where there is likely to be physical damage like: commercial retail properties, leisure venues, sports venues, wedding venues or any other similar outdoors area. Therefore Siberian Larch is cost effective, gives a contemporary high finish and is a popular choice amongst various range projects. We offer a wide range Siberian Larch cladding profile including most popular: TGV, Shadow Gap, RainScreen, HalfLap, ShipLap, Board on Board, Board and Batten profiles.

Siberian Larch Fencing

Siberian Larch Fencing boards are an excellent alternative to more traditional garden fencing. Fence panels made of Siberian Larch make your garden look modern,stylish, contemporary and visually interesting. Therefore your fence will be rot-insect resistant, sturdy, durable which gives not only contemporary looks but providesprivacy and security as well for many years. We provide wide range Siberian Larch Fencing boards and battens/slats in various sizes:

Thickness: 22mm-28mm,
Width: 45mm-60mm-70mm-95mm-120mm-145mm
Length: 3m – 4m – 6m

Siberian Larch Decking

Siberian Larch Decking provides superior weatherproof performance as timber itself is naturally durable and dense. Siberian Larch Decking boards are the first choice for many landscapers as it gives a modern look and high finish to many gardens and various outdoors spaces. Timberulove Siberian Larch decking boards come in Smooth and Groove Profile which combined with its natural characteristics and good looks will outperform anything else on the market.

Colour: Straw (creamy) yellow to light brown, weathering to a beautiful
silvery-grey without treatment

● Grain: Very straight, dense and fine with tight growth rings
● Texture: Smooth
● Scratch resistance
● Rot, insect and moisture resistance
● Low Maintenance
● Lifespan – 50 to 100 years with right treatment; 20-30 years untreated
● Density in range from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3

Sustainable and non toxic – Siberian Larch is currently being replanted quicker than it is being harvested, making it a very sustainable choice. Therefore it naturally stores carbon dioxide (a greenhouse gas) from the atmosphere and releases it back without surplus, this is why wood is known as a carbon sequestering building material.

Tips — to avoid staining and corrosion, make sure you use top-quality stainless
steel fixings when you work with your Siberian Larch. We recommend using Essve
https://www.timberulove.co.uk/product-category/fixings/
It’s also recommended to drill your holes instead of nailing to avoid the possibility of
splitting. If you’re treating your larch, we would recommend doing it on a dry warm
day allowing timber to air out approximately every 3 years doing it with UV protection
Osmo Oil.

Charred cladding

We are proud to offer our customers a beautiful Charred cladding. The technique of scorching and burning has been used for centuries by the Japanese. Siberian Larch is burned, then cleaned, brushed and finished with two coats of oil application. Charred Siberian Larch cladding brings a unique texture and rich colour to the cladding surface, which no doubt will complement every indoor or outdoors space. Charred cladding not only looks stunning, but also requires no maintenance at all for at least 30 years.

Charred cladding specifications

● Colour: Rich, deep Black
● Scratch resistance
● Rot, insect and moisture resistance
● Low or no maintenance at all
● Improved Fire retardancy
● High longevity
● Density in range from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
● Sustainable and non toxic
● Timeless looks

Marvelous boards. Quick and cheap delivery.Thanks

Michael Corelli

Not installed yet, but looks good and arrived quickly.

Emily Clarks

Larch looks lovely, delivery was brilliant. Thank you.

Brian Smith