Cedar cladding profiles

Our Cedar cladding comes in a range of popular profiles to suit your project.

To help you select the correct profile we have compiled what we consider to be the most popular profiles that accommodate both the aesthetics and practicality that our clients demand.

TG&V cladding

TG&V

Tongue and groove with a v-joint is the most popular profile of contemporary timber cladding used in the UK; primarily because of its versatility. It can be installed vertically, horizontally or even diagonally to create a modern finish.

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TG&S cladding

TG&S

Tongue and groove with a s-joint provides further demarcation and accentuation of the gap between boards than TG&V. It is typically fixed vertically although may also be fixed horizontally.

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TG&S Weathered cladding

TG&S Weathered

TG&S Weathered cladding is our softer-edged alternative to the harder edges of TG&S cladding. Like TG&S, this board is typically fixed vertically but may also be fixed horizontally.

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Shiplap cladding

Shiplap

Shiplap cladding is a traditional cladding profile that has been commonly used in the construction of barns, sheds, outbuildings and inexpensive or seasonal homes.

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Feather Edge cladding

Feather Edge

Our machined, feather edge profile is a contemporary take on a traditionally low cost cladding finish. This is a horizontally fitted profile and offers a traditional finish for large expanses.

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Rebated Feather Edge cladding

Rebated Feather Edge

Our machined, rebated feather edge profile is a contemporary take on a traditionally low cost cladding finish. This is a horizontally fitted profile and offers a traditional finish for large expanses.

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Custom cladding

Custom

Because we own our own processing facilities and tooling, we can machine to order any dimension and profile of cladding that you require; whether that be traditional or contemporary, sawn or smooth, narrow or wide board.

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Cedar cladding woods

We supply sustainable sources of British or Canadian Western Red Cedar.

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Cedar cladding profiles

Our cladding comes in a range of profiles to suit your project.

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Cedar cladding accessories

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Wood durability

Durability is a measurement of how long specific species of timber would last if a 50mm x 50mm cross section was left in the ground unprotected. An untreated Oak beam, which is classed as 'durable’, for example, will last 15-25 years depending on environmental conditions. The following scale of durability was outlined by TRADA, the Timber Research And Development Association.

Durability Class designation Average service life
1 Very durable More than 25 years
2 Durable 15-25 years
3 Moderately durable 10-15 years
4 Slightly durable 5-10 years
5 Not durable Less than 5 years

Please select your preferred board width.

Cladding guide

It's worth noting that the width of your cladding will impact the price. Narrow widths result in more waste and additional workmanship so will be slightly more expensive per metre.

Please select your preferred board length.

Cladding guide

We aim to deliver at least 80% of boards at the lengths you have requested. The remainder will be mixed lengths – some longer and some shorter. A request for a high proportion of longer lengths will have a higher cost per metre because of restricted supply. A mixed length order will be the cheapest because of the ease of sourcing.

To keep delivery costs low we conform to standard UK pallet sizes.

Please enter the coverage you require in either linear or square metres.

Linear metres calculates the total metre run needed for a specific board width to cover a known square meterage. If you are not 100% certain of your calculations we suggest you include wastage at either 5 or 10%.

Please select your preferred wastage.

0% means you plan on having no waste and we will deliver precisely the linear or square meters you require. 5 or 10% wastage gives you a little leeway when trimming your cladding.

If you are unsure of the exact amount of linear or square metres you require we strongly recommend you add a percentage to take account of any 'wastage', otherwise you may not be getting an accurate representation of your costs.