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Timber Cladding SpecialistsFree Quotes Free Estimations Free Advice0131 564 0402 sales@dalply.co.uk
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Timber Cladding

Our award winning Timber cladding is the most popular choice of real wood finishes for the outsides of buildings, both domestic and commercial.

Often called a rain screens, external timber cladding boards or weatherboarding, it is a highly attractive, low cost, low maintenance and environmentally friendly way to clad a building.

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Timber Cladding

Our award winning Timber cladding is the most popular choice of real wood finishes for the outsides of buildings, both domestic and commercial.

Often called a rain screens, external timber cladding boards or weatherboarding, it is a highly attractive, low cost, low maintenance and environmentally friendly way to clad a building.

Why Choose Timber Cladding

Why Choose Timber Cladding

One of the great benefits that timber cladding offers is that as long as you make sure that your timber has been fully and properly treated prior to installation it will require very little maintenance. If you do get a build up of any dirt, moss or discolouration then you can sort it by just giving it a quick blast with a pressure washer.

We have the one of the widest ranges of wooden cladding available in the entire UK. Due to our direct relationships with all the major cladding manufacturers in the UK, EU and across the globe.

To sum up the main benefits of using timber cladding include:

• Looks beautiful
• Environmentally friendly
• 100% recyclable
• Thermal insulation improvement
• Improves sound insulation
• Low maintenance
• Long lasting
• Easy to install
• Very versatile
• Huge variety of styles, colouring’s and finishes

How Durable Is It?
How Durable Is It?

One question you should always ask before purchasing is how long does this cladding last? The good news is that a well treated, professionally installed hardwood cladding should last anywhere between 40 and 60 years before needing replaced.

Does It Look Good?
Does It Look Good?

Above all wood may be the best looking finish you can add to a building. The beauty of the natural wood is very hard to better, on this page you can see some beautiful examples of buildings that we at Dalply have provided cladding for previously.

Is It Safe?
Is It Safe?

Building regulations all across the UK are in approval of using wood on buildings and the fire safety properties of timber are very well understood. Also, all our products conform to the new European standards regarding the quality of timber.

In addition this cladding can also be pre-treated with fire retardants which will ensure that in the case of fire the cladding won’t act as an accelerant.

Timber Cladding Range

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Charred Timber Range

View our ranges –  Charred Timber, Dragon Wood.

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Timber Cladding Range

View the Dalply Timber Cladding range, including the brand new charred & dragon wood cladding types.

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Where Can I Buy Timber Cladding And How Much Does It Cost?

The best place to buy any kind of cladding is right here at Dalply. We offer the best possible prices and can tailor any order to your exact specifications.

Fill out the form below with your details and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible to give you a free, no obligation quote. Or you can phone us right now on: 0131 564 0402.

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Where Can I Buy Timber Cladding And How Much Does It Cost?

The best place to buy any kind of cladding is right here at Dalply. We offer the best possible prices and can tailor any order to your exact specifications.

Fill out the form below with your details and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible to give you a free, no obligation quote. Or you can phone us right now on: 0131 564 0402.

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Timber Cladding FAQ's

All the most common questions asked about Timber Cladding and cladding in general answered here...

European larch, Siberian Larch, Western red cedar, and European Redwood are amongst the most popular timber species used in cladding because they do not require any preservative treatment, and are naturally resistant to rot, moisture, and insects. So, these timber types are more stable, durable, and long-lasting. They are also easy to maintain.

Cladding refers to the covering for a structure. Wood cladding is the external protective covering of wooden material over a building’s exterior. It severs the purpose of adding beauty to the walls as well as protecting it from the weather conditions. Wood cladding is preferred because of natural aesthetics, ease of handling, wide range, and design freedom.

In the case of softwood, round head nails and ring shank nails are appropriate. The length of the nail should be 2.5 times the board’s thickness and needs to be punched a bit below the surface of the wood. Stainless steels are the right choice for all softwoods because they do not stain the cladding as metal fixings do.

In the case of hardwoods, screw fixings are the correct method. Stainless steel screws must be used for this purpose. The screw fixings need to be 40mm from the board’s end to prevent splitting of the timer. A little bit of over-drilling of screw holes will give room for movement and make sure timber does not split near the drill hole.

The best timber for outside is European Redwood, Western red cedar, European larch, and Siberian Larch. This is because they do not require the application of preservative treatments. These woods are also naturally resistant to insects, moisture, and rot. This makes these timber types more durable and stable. Moreover, they look highly appealing and have numerous profiles and colours to choose from.

European Redwood, British Larch, Western red cedar, and European larch are the most popular timber species used in external cladding. This is because these species are naturally resistant to bacteria, moisture, rot, and termites. So, they do not need any preservatives.

Yes, softwood cladding is great for external cladding. Softwoods are resistant to termites, moisture, fungi, and bacteria, which makes them ideal external cladding. Although it has a softer surface, it is a significantly strong timber. Additionally, they absorb adhesives, preservatives, and finishes more easily as compared to hardwoods.

Cladding tends to be cheaper than bricks. Maintaining cladding is also more cost-effective than bricks because damaged bricks require complete replacement but cladding can be fixed and protected from damage by applying a protective coating.

Yes, you can clad your house without seeking permission provided that materials that you would be using are of similar appearance to the ones used in your house’s construction. If your house falls in specially protected kinds of land like in a National park, in the area of national beauty, a listed building, or a conservation area, you will have to get permission.

Timber cladding lasts from 40-60 years depending on the treatment, maintenance, timber species, and weather conditions. Although the degradation process of the wood begins as soon as it is cut from a tree, it is very gradual, can be slowed, and creates remarkable natural changes in the wood.

Installing house cladding can be expensive but it offers additional protection to your house and enhances its appearance. Various types of cladding materials offer different benefits but all of them protect from heat, moisture, and impact damage if they are fit rightly.

There are various types of cladding options available due to the numerous materials used for cladding. Common materials include stone, brick, timber, metal, tiles, fibre cement, synthetic materials, and PVCu. Cladding is done to beautify the house, provide protection, and insulation.

If you use good quality cladding and employ decent ventilation, then you do not have to apply a membrane under the cladding. In the case of framed wall constructions and tilted roofs, breather membranes are a must. If you want to extend the life of the cladding, putting breather membranes are recommended.

Both of these options are great ways to enhance your home’s appearance and insulation. Rendering can be cheaper than the cladding. However, cladding provides a breathable waterproof barrier that lets water drain away.

Timber cladding should be 16-25mm thick. In some cases, thicker boards up to 50mm are also acceptable. The thickness varies depending on the profile of cladding. Tongue and groove profile requires a minimum of 20mm thickness while shiplap needs at least 18 mm thick timber. On the other hand, rectangular, parallelogram, and feather edge profiles require timber with 16-25mm thickness.

If your house does not fall in the specially protected areas like a listed building, a National Park, a national beauty, or a conservation area, you will require planning permission. In other cases, such permission is not needed.

Cladding is a quick process and requires only a few days (2-5 days) to cover a whole house. However, the time period can vary based on several factors like sloping blocks, height, and the scope of work.