Fine Sawn Channel Cladding

Fine Sawn Channel Cladding

British Fine Sawn Channel Cladding

With its attractive fine sawn finish and striking shadow groove our Fine Sawn Channel Cladding provides exceptional value.

Our fine sawn Channel cladding has a 130mm cover, Tongue and Groove with a 10 degree splay on the shoulder for improved weathering and can be used both horizontally and vertically.

Fine Sawn Channel Cladding can be secret fixed with Stainless fixings through the Channel profile maintaining a clean face (this is also shown in the video). This is the most versatile of profiles offering a modern natural look to any project or build.

Whether you choose to finish it with Cedar Oil (multiple colours available) or left to go a natural silver grey this profile will look amazing!

*British grown timber has knots, only 15-20% will have the odd dead knot.

British Western Red Cedar

140mm x 19mm x 3.6m

with 130mm Cover
£10.22/length
  • £2.84 Per Linear Metre
  • £21.87 Per Square Metre
  • Excluding VAT
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140mm x 19mm x 2.4m

with 130mm Cover
£6.82/length
  • £2.84 Per Linear Metre
  • £21.87 Per Square Metre
  • Excluding VAT
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If you are struggling to make a decision about your cladding – The look, the price, the finish and the fitting – Why not call in and see us? Might be worth a call to check we are there as we work off site sometimes.
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Creating Our Finishes

Wild Wave

Our Wild Wave cladding is a two coat system applied to both sides of the timber. Firstly a Grey Cedar oil base coat is applied, brushed onto the face of the timber. A rag is used to remove some of the oil to the required tone of grey. After drying thoroughly, the timber is lightly sanded with foam pad to aid in adhesion for the next layer. A top coat of Sheer Cedar oil is applied onto the tongue, to the grooves and face along the grain.

Wild at Heart

Our Wild at Heart finish is also a two coat system applied to both sides of the timber. A Grey Cedar oil base coat is brushed onto the wood and then a rag is used to remove any excess oil and help achieve the right tone of grey. Using a foam pad the timber is then lightly sanded to aid in adhesion for the next top coat of Bangkiriai oil. The Bangkiriai oil is applied to the tongue, grooves and face along the grain.

Typical Sections Of Cladding

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