Our extensive collection of softwood cladding options offers you a versatile and sustainable choice for transforming your building’s exterior. With its warm, organic charm and durability, softwood cladding provides a timeless aesthetic that complements various architectural styles.

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  • £7.65

    Treated Contemporary Cladding Elements Battens Slats Golden Brown colour Rainscreen

    Treated Timber Cladding elements Slats Battens are commonly used in residential properties to enclose yards, gardens, or outdoor spaces. Wood cladding slats of a slatted contemporary cladding are usually narrow and can vary in width, depending on the desired level of privacy and aesthetic appeal. They offer a balance between privacy and openness, allowing homeowners to enjoy some seclusion while still maintaining a connection with the surrounding environment.

    The slatted design also adds visual interest and can complement various architectural styles. The height of a slatted fence can vary depending on the intended purpose and local regulations. Some slatted fences are relatively low, serving as decorative boundaries or dividing sections within a larger space. Others can be taller to provide increased privacy and security.

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  • £12.73

    Scandinavian Spruce Cladding TGV A Grade

    Spruce TGV cladding, also known as tongue and groove cladding, refers to a type of exterior cladding made from spruce wood. TGV stands for tongue and groove, which describes the way the individual boards are designed to fit together. Spruce TGV cladding can be left unfinished to naturally weather and develop a grayish patina over time, or it can be stained, painted, or treated with a protective coating to maintain its original appearance.

    The popularity of this cladding choice stems from several factors. Firstly, Scandinavian spruce is readily available in the region, making it a cost-effective option for local construction projects. Secondly, the light colour and fine grain of the wood create a visually appealing finish that complements both contemporary and traditional architectural styles. Lastly, the shadow gap detail adds a touch of sophistication and elegance to the building’s exterior, setting it apart from more conventional cladding options. Overall, exterior Scandinavian spruce softwood cladding with a shadow gap combines aesthetics, functionality, and sustainability, making it a popular choice for many residential and commercial buildings.

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  • £12.82

    Exterior Scandinavian Spruce Cladding Shadow Gap A Grade

    The addition of a shadow gap, which is a small gap between the cladding boards, enhances the aesthetic appeal of the building’s exterior. This design element creates a subtle shadow line that adds depth and texture to the fa├žade, giving it a modern and stylish look.

    The popularity of this cladding choice stems from several factors. Firstly, Scandinavian spruce is readily available in the region, making it a cost-effective option for local construction projects. Secondly, the light colour and fine grain of the wood create a visually appealing finish that complements both contemporary and traditional architectural styles. Lastly, the shadow gap detail adds a touch of sophistication and elegance to the building’s exterior, setting it apart from more conventional cladding options. Overall, exterior Scandinavian spruce softwood cladding with a shadow gap combines aesthetics, functionality, and sustainability, making it a popular choice for many residential and commercial buildings.

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  • £15.61

    Treated Scandinavian Spruce Cladding TGV A Grade Golden Brown colour

    1. Protection against corrosion: One of the primary benefits of treated cladding is its ability to provide a protective barrier against corrosion. The coating acts as a shield, preventing moisture, chemicals, and other corrosive substances from coming into direct contact with the underlying material. This helps extend the lifespan of the coated structure and reduces the need for frequent maintenance and repairs.
    2. Enhanced durability: Coated cladding can significantly improve the durability of materials and structures. The coating adds an extra layer of protection, making the surface more resistant to wear, abrasion, and impact. It can also enhance the material’s resistance to UV radiation, extreme temperatures, and other environmental factors, increasing its overall lifespan.
    3. Improved aesthetics: Coatings can be applied for decorative purposes, enhancing the appearance of structures or products. They come in a wide range of colours, textures, and finishes, allowing for customisation and aesthetic appeal. Coated cladding can be used to achieve a desired visual effect, blend with the surrounding environment, or reflect branding elements.
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  • £15.72

    Treated Scandinavian Spruce Cladding boards Shadow gap

    Treated Scandinavian Spruce timber Cladding boards Shadow gap are commonly used in residential properties to enclose yards, gardens, or outdoor spaces. Wood cladding slats of a slatted contemporary cladding are usually narrow and can vary in width, depending on the desired level of privacy and aesthetic appeal. They offer a balance between privacy and openness, allowing homeowners to enjoy some seclusion while still maintaining a connection with the surrounding environment.

    The slatted design also adds visual interest and can complement various architectural styles. The height of a slatted fence can vary depending on the intended purpose and local regulations. Some slatted fences are relatively low, serving as decorative boundaries or dividing sections within a larger space. Others can be taller to provide increased privacy and security.

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    Scandinavian Spruce Treated Cladding boards Shadow gap Golden Brown colour

    Scandinavian Spruce Treated timber Cladding boards Shadow gap are commonly used in residential properties to enclose yards, gardens, or outdoor spaces. Wood cladding slats of a slatted contemporary cladding are usually narrow and can vary in width, depending on the desired level of privacy and aesthetic appeal. They offer a balance between privacy and openness, allowing homeowners to enjoy some seclusion while still maintaining a connection with the surrounding environment.

    The slatted design also adds visual interest and can complement various architectural styles. The height of a slatted fence can vary depending on the intended purpose and local regulations. Some slatted fences are relatively low, serving as decorative boundaries or dividing sections within a larger space. Others can be taller to provide increased privacy and security.

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