Western Red Cedar Cladding from Timber Ireland is attractive, sustainable and has exceptional performance. Slow grown in The Pacific North West of Canada and sourced from leading sawmills. Architects, builders and home owners can depend on Timber Ireland’ expertise to supply Western Red Cedar for a range of building projects. PEFC™ certified
Douglas Fir is a popular choice for a variety of external cladding projects. Whether you are looking to create a natural garage exterior or enhance the exterior of a building with a rustic wood effect, Douglas Fir is a great allrounder.
European Oak is highly durable, exceptionally stable material which offers a relatively clean and consistent look and is a traditional and reliable cladding material. This is due primarily to its dimensional stability and excellent level of durability, particularly when compared to other temperate hardwoods.
Iroko is the ideal wood to use for your windows and doors. You can also use the Iroko wood for cladding since it is an extremely durable timber with a class one status. It is usually the wood used for external applications because of its resistance to decay. When utilised as cladding, Iroko wood can last for 50 to 60 years. It is also a sustainable material since it is a hundred per cent recyclable.
MicroShades Cladding provides the beautiful, rich wood tones of natural redwood and cedar, along with the durability and protection of MicroPro® technology. Microshades Cladding is treated timber which has had a colour added to the treatment. We offer a colour pigment that leaves treated softwoods with a very attractive hardwood tone.
Siberian Larch has colour tones from pale reddish-brown to golden brown. Straight grained, with tight annual rings and relatively few knots, give an attractive contemporary look.Siberian Larch has a maintenance free service life, due to natural resin and extracts in the wood. The high density makes it one of the toughest and most durable softwoods available.