Cladding Styles & Differences
Posted on 5th February 2021 at 12:17
Cladding styles and differences
N R Burnett Ltd is able to supply a range of stock profile timber cladding, bespoke cladding and HardiePlank® cladding.
All profiles are available in a species of your choice including the most popular Western Red Cedar and Larch.
For an extra cost we can create your own bespoke cladding profile using our in house software.
Loglap is very popular as a cladding material, it has a curved profile on the front of the timber and flat on the back, made from good quality sustainable timber. We can also send our loglap away to be stained in a variety of different colours.
Shiplap cladding is commonly used for external buildings such as sheds, Summerhouses, Workshops and cabins as well as flooring and roofing. Shiplap cladding has an extremely tight seal which prevents water penetration and creates a low maintenance structure.
Our shiplap comes untreated so customers can chose their own treatment or stain to cover the boards.
Thermowood, also known as heat treated timber, is a beautiful, sustainable timber material produced using chemical-free heat treatment. Its high resistance to moisture and decay make it an excellent material for exterior projects.
The durable, low maintenance fibre cement fire safe exterior cladding.
If you’re looking for a versatile, low maintenance weatherboard with a natural and beautiful texture, look no further than HardiePlank® fibre cement cladding. It’s the facade of choice for builders and homeowners alike, protecting and beautifying millions of homes.
A versatile, low maintenance weatherboard with a natural and beautiful texture.
A flexible design with 21 colours and 2 textures - Cedar or Smooth
Lightweight for easy installation
Non combustible A2 fire rated
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