Oak timber cladding, fencing, decking has been the first choice as premium
construction material for centuries because of its versatility, durability and beauty.
Therefore Oak is water resistant and requires low maintenance which makes it
perfect material for exterior works. Our European Oak grows tall and straight
because of its climate, so it is suitable for long lengths used in extensions, garden
offices, solid fences, deckings, garages, porches and bespoke buildings.
Oak specifications
● Colour: Attractive natural yellow (light yellow or sometimes nearly white)
● Grain: Very straight, dense and made to be tough
● Texture: Smooth
● Scratch resistance
● Extremely rot and insect resistance
● Low Maintenance
● Great workability – finishes very well, easy to work on
● Lifespan – up to 40 years (untreated)
● Density in range from 750 kg/m3 to 850kg/m3
● Sustainable
● Good fire resistance qualities


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 Cladding Characteristics/Specifications
● 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

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