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  • Oak-Decking-Boards-Timberulove
    £17.57

    Oak Board on Board Cladding – 22mm x 120mm – PAR Smooth finish

    Oak board-on-board cladding refers to a type of exterior wall cladding made from oak boards arranged in a specific pattern. It is a popular choice for adding a natural and rustic aesthetic to buildings, such as homes, cabins, or commercial structures. Oak is a durable hardwood known for its strength and natural beauty. It is resistant to decay and can withstand outdoor elements, making it suitable for exterior cladding.

    Board-on-Board Pattern: The name “board-on-board” refers to the specific pattern created by overlapping the boards. This pattern results in an alternating sequence of visible and partially hidden boards, adding depth and texture to the cladding.

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  • Oak TGV Cladding Timberulove
    £17.57

    Oak Timber Cladding TGV Boards 22mm x 120mm Smooth finish

    Oak tongue and groove design allows each board to fit snugly into the adjacent one, creating a tight and secure connection. This interlocking mechanism provides both structural stability and an attractive, finished appearance.

    Oak is a popular choice for tongue and groove cladding due to its durability, strength, and natural beauty. It is a hardwood with a distinctive grain pattern that adds character and warmth to any space. Oak also possesses excellent resistance to decay and weathering, making it suitable for both interior and exterior applications.

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    Oak Hardwood ShipLap Cladding Boards 22x120mm Smooth finish

    The installation of oak shiplap cladding typically involves attaching the boards horizontally or vertically to the underlying wall structure. The overlapping nature of the shiplap joint helps to create a weatherproof seal, preventing water infiltration and improving the cladding’s overall durability.

    Overall, oak shiplap cladding offers a stylish and durable solution for enhancing the exterior or interior of a building with the natural beauty of oak wood. Oak shiplap cladding refers to exterior or interior wall cladding made from oak wood in a shiplap profile. Shiplap is a type of joint where the boards have a rabbet or groove on one edge and a corresponding tongue or ridge on the other edge, allowing them to fit together tightly.

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    Oak Timber Cladding Boards TGV 22x145mm Smooth finish

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    Oak tongue and groove cladding refers to a specific method of installing oak wood panels or boards on the exterior or interior surfaces of a building. The tongue and groove joint is a popular technique for joining wooden boards together seamlessly.

    Oak tongue and groove cladding is a versatile option that suits various architectural styles, ranging from traditional to contemporary. It adds both visual interest and a layer of insulation to the building. It is important to consider proper installation techniques, maintenance requirements, and compliance with local building regulations when using oak tongue and groove cladding.

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  • Oak Timberboards
    £21.24

    Oak Timber Cladding Board-On-Board – 22mm x 145mm – PAR Smooth finish

    Oak board-on-board cladding is versatile and can be used in various architectural styles, from traditional to contemporary. It can be used for both residential and commercial buildings, adding character and charm to different structures.

    Properly installed and maintained oak board-on-board cladding can last for many years, providing a long-lasting solution for exterior walls. With regular maintenance, including cleaning, refinishing, and addressing any minor repairs, the cladding can maintain its beauty and functionality over time.

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  • £21.24

    Oak Timber Cladding Boards ShipLap 22x145mm Smooth finish

    Oak shiplap cladding refers to exterior or interior wall cladding made from oak wood in a shiplap profile. Shiplap is a type of joint where the boards have a rabbet or groove on one edge and a corresponding tongue or ridge on the other edge, allowing them to fit together tightly.

    Oak is a popular choice for cladding due to its durability, strength, and attractive appearance. It is a hardwood known for its rich grain patterns and natural resistance to rot and decay. Oak shiplap cladding can be used to enhance the aesthetics of a building while also providing protection and insulation.

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  • Oak Shadow Gap Timberulove
    £21.24

    Oak Cladding Boards – Shadow Gap – 22mm x 145mm Smooth finish

    Oak cladding can be applied in various styles and profiles, such as horizontal or vertical planks, shingles, or overlapping boards. The choice of style depends on the desired aesthetic, architectural design, and functional requirements. The cladding can be left untreated to weather naturally and develop a greyish patina over time, or it can be treated with protective finishes, oils, or stains to maintain its original colour and enhance its longevity.

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