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Tongue Grove Grade AB 14x116mm

Tongue Grove Grade AB 14x116mm

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£23,99 per m2
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£2.66 per liniar meter (lm)
£23.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:14mm
    • Width:116mm
    • Length: 2,5m / 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Smooth Finish 
    • Tongue Grove Profile 
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

 

Size
14x116mm
Grade
AB
Type
Tongue Grove
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Tongue Grove Brushed FInish Grade AB 14x116mm

Tongue Grove Brushed FInish Grade AB 14x116mm

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£27,99 per m2
Description

 

Brushed Finish

To create this effect, wire brushes are used to pull out the softer spring wood, exposing the harder summer wood, thus accentuating the grain and creating a beautifully textured surface.

 

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£3.10 per liniar meter (lm)
£27.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:14mm
    • Width:116mm
    • Length: 2,5m / 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Brushed Finish 
    • Tongue Grove Profile
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

 

Size
14x116mm
Grade
AB
Type
Tongue Grove Brushed
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Tongue Groove Grade AB 14x144mm

Tongue Groove Grade AB 14x144mm

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£23,99 per m2
Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£3.45 per liniar meter (lm)
£23.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:14mm
    • Width:144mm
    • Length: 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Smooth Finish 
    • Tongue Grove Profile 
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

 

Size
14x144mm
Grade
AB
Type
Tongue Grove
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

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Tongue Grove Grade AB 19x140mm

Tongue Grove Grade AB 19x140mm

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£34,99 per m2
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£4.90 per liniar meter (lm)
£34.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:19mm
    • Width:140mm
    • Length: 2,5m / 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Smooth Finish 
    • Tongue Grove Profile 
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

 

Size
19x140mm
Grade
AB
Type
Tongue Grove
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Rainscreen Grade AB 20x68mm

Rainscreen Grade AB 20x68mm

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£29,99 per m2
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£2.00 per liniar meter (lm)
£29.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:20mm
    • Width:68mm
    • Length: 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Smooth Finish 
    • Rainscreen Profile 
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

 

Size
20x68mm
Grade
AB
Type
Rainscreen
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Rainscreen Grade AB 24x68mm

Rainscreen Grade AB 24x68mm

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£34,99 per m2
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£2.39 per liniar meter (lm)
£34.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:24mm
    • Width:68mm
    • Length: 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Smooth Finish 
    • Rainscreen Profile 
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

 

Size
24x68mm
Grade
AB
Type
Rainscreen
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Rainscreen Grade AB 20x90mm

Rainscreen Grade AB 20x90mm

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£27,99 per m2
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£2.59 per liniar meter (lm)
£27.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:20mm
    • Width:90mm
    • Length: 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Smooth Finish 
    • Rainscreen Profile 
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

 

Size
20x90mm
Grade
AB
Type
Rainscreen
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Rainscreen BRUSHED Finish Grade AB 20x90mm

Rainscreen BRUSHED Finish Grade AB 20x90mm

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 £31,99 per m2
Description

Brushed Finish

To create this effect, wire brushes are used to pull out the softer spring wood, exposing the harder summer wood, thus accentuating the grain and creating a beautifully textured surface.

 

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3

Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£2.90 per liniar meter (lm)
£31.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:20mm
    • Width:90mm
    • Length: 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Brushed Finish
    • Rainscreen Profile 
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

Size
20x90mm
Grade
AB
Type
Rainscreen Brushed
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Rainscreen Brushed Finish Grade AB 20x140mm

Rainscreen Brushed Finish Grade AB 20x140mm

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£31.99 per m2
Description

Brushed Finish

To create this effect, wire brushes are used to pull out the softer spring wood, exposing the harder summer wood, thus accentuating the grain and creating a beautifully textured surface.

 

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3

Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£4.49 per liniar meter (lm)
£31.99 per meter square (m2)

 


Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:20mm
    • Width:140mm
    • Length: 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Brushed Finish
    • Rainscreen Profile 
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

Size
20x140mm
Grade
AB
Type
Rainscreen Brushed
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Rainscreen Grade AB 20x140mm

Rainscreen Grade AB 20x140mm

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£27,99 per m2
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£3.92 per liniar meter (lm)
£27.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:20mm
    • Width:140mm
    • Length: 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Smooth Finish 
    • Rainscreen Profile 
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

 

Size
20x140mm
Grade
AB
Type
Rainscreen
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Loglap Grade AB 24x146mm

Loglap Grade AB 24x146mm

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£39,99 per m2
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£5.88 per liniar meter (lm)

£39.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions  

  • Depth:24mm    
  • Width:146mm (132mm coverage)
  • Length: 3m / 4m  Cladding Profile Information
  • Grade AB
  • Smooth Finish 
  • Loglap Profile
  • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)
Size
24x146mm
Grade
AB
Type
Loglap
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Shiplap Grade AB 20x146mm

Shiplap Grade AB 20x146mm

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£34,99 per m2
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£5.10 per liniar meter (lm)
£34.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:20mm
    • Width:146mm (123mm coverage)
    • Length: 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Smooth Finish 
    • Shiplap Profile
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

Size
20x146mm
Grade
AB
Type
Shiplap
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Shadow Gap Grade AB 27x96mm

Shadow Gap Grade AB 27x96mm

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£69.99 per m2
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£6.66 per liniar meter (lm)
£69.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:27mm
    • Width:96mm (72mm coverage)
    • Length: 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Smooth Finish 
    • Shadow Gap Profile
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

Size
27x96mm
Grade
AB
Type
Shadow Gap
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Double Shiplap Grade AB 24x146mm

Double Shiplap Grade AB 24x146mm

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£34,99 per m2
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£5.10 per liniar meter (lm)
£34.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:24mm
    • Width:146mm (126mm coverage)
    • Length: 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Smooth Finish 
    • Double Shiplap Profile
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

Size
24x146mm
Grade
AB
Type
Double Shiplap
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Rainscreen Extra Secret Fixing Grade AB 25x95mm

Rainscreen Extra Secret Fixing Grade AB 25x95mm

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£43.99 per m2
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£4.19 per liniar meter (lm)
£43.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:25mm
    • Width:95mm
    • Length: 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Smooth Finish 
    • Rainscreen Extra Secret Fixing Profile 
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

 

Size
25x95mm
Grade
AB
Type
Rainscreen Extra
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Feather Edge Grade AB 26x146mm

Feather Edge Grade AB 26x146mm

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£34,99 per m2
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£4.99 per liniar meter (lm)
£34.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:26mm
    • Width:146mm (122mm coverage) 
    • Length: 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Smooth Finish 
    • Feather Edge 
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

Size
26x146mm
Grade
AB
Type
Feather Edge
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Batten Grade AB 28x45mm

Batten Grade AB 28x45mm

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£41,99 per m2
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£1,89 per liniar meter (lm)
£41.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:28mm
    • Width:45mm
    • Length: 2,5m / 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Smooth Finish 
    • Batten profile 
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

Size
28x45mm
Grade
AB
Type
Batten
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Batten Grade AB 20x90mm

Batten Grade AB 20x90mm

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£28,99 per m2
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£2,60 per liniar meter (lm)
£28.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:20mm
    • Width:90mm
    • Length: 2,5m / 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Smooth Finish 
    • Batten profile 
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

Size
20x90mm
Grade
AB
Type
Batten
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Batten Grade AB 28x90mm

Batten Grade AB 28x90mm

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£36,99 per m2
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£3,30 per liniar meter (lm)
£36.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:28mm
    • Width:90mm
    • Length: 2,5m / 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Smooth Finish 
    • Batten profile 
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

Size
28x90mm
Grade
AB
Type
Batten
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Batten Grade AB 20x140mm

Batten Grade AB 20x140mm

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£27,99 per m2
Description

Siberian Larch is a highly versatile timber product and is a preferred choice for timber cladding by architects and self-builders. With a durability class 3, it has an anticipated service life of 20-30 years (untreated). The high resin content found in Siberian larch makes it one of the most durable softwoods in the world. Siberian larch trees grow very slowly and consequently the larch wood is extremely dense and strong when compared to other softwoods such as spruce and cedar. The density of Siberian Larch is 590 kg/m3 (mean, Kg/m³) and ranges from 570 kg/m3 to 650 kg/m3
Displaying a clean natural yellow/straw colour, Siberian Larch will offer a sophisticated look to any project.
Siberian larch, which is a straw colour, similar to pine, should not be confused with the European larch growing in Britain, which is a dark pink colour. Unlike European larch, the knots in Siberian larch cladding are a lighter grey colour and tend to stay solid even after drying and machining. For this reason, we tend to favour Siberian larch over British larch for machined cladding profiles.

Quality grade

Grade A+  (the best possible grade)
 This is virtually a clear grade timber, providing a clean, consistent, almost knot-free look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1; each board is practically centre pith free, one face will be sap free
    • Further hand-selection of clearest grade boards which meet stringent criteria; tight live knots with a maximum 12mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of boards
    • As Siberian Larch is imported to the UK in board form, to avoid unsightly surface finishes such as circular-saw marks, paint / grease marks and compression marks from steel securing bands
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • Best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC
Grade A/B
This is one of the bests grades on the market, providing a clean, consistent, only few knot look combined with excellent durability. 
    • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2; each board is practically centre free, one face will be sap free, tight live knots have a maximum 35mm diameter and a maximum of two knots per metre on average over the total length of the boards
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of approximately 16-18% (+/- 2%)
    • End checks permitted not longer than 1.5 times width of board
    • The best available grades in Europe and guarantee that your order will not contain any commonly available, lower quality grades such B or BC

Application
Cladding
Price excludes VAT

£4.00 per liniar meter (lm)
£27.99 per meter square (m2)

Profile Dimensions
    • Depth:20mm
    • Width:140mm
    • Length: 2,5m / 3m / 4m 
Cladding Profile Information
    • Grade AB
    • Smooth Finish 
    • Batten profile 
    • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%)

Size
20x140mm
Grade
AB
Type
Batten
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