Iroko is a hardwood native to tropical regions of West Africa. It is known for its strength, durability, and resistance to rot and insects. These qualities make it a suitable choice for exterior and interior applications, including cladding battens.
Iroko is a type of hardwood commonly used for cladding and other outdoor applications due to its durability and resistance to decay. Cladding battens are typically wooden strips or boards that are fixed to a building’s exterior to provide support and create a decorative finish for cladding materials like timber, metal, or composite panels.