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Timber cladding

We produce all of our own claddings in our onsite mill and are all made to order from customers specific requirements. Quality is an important aspect to the machining of our cladding and with our robust quality control measures, staff expertise and state of the art machinery, we can ensure we produce a product to be proud of.

What sets us apart from our competitors is our ability to provide the added value of both fire-retardant treatment and coated finishes to all of our cladding products. We provide pre-purchase support through CAD drawings and samples to ensure the correct produce is chosen.

We have a range of species that are readily available, but the most popular options are listed here.

Siberian Larch

Siberian Larch is a moderately durable, very dense and slow grown softwood that is predominately heartwood. The boards come in a straw yellow through to a golden-brown colour which will colour down to a silvery grey if left without a UV protective coating once installed.

Siberian Larch is one of the hardest and most durable softwoods commercially available. Due to its hard wearing properties it is most commonly used in exterior and high impact applications for schools, retail buildings to public walkways and decking.

It is the cladding choice for many architects and contractors due to its excellent versatility while providing a contemporary clean, consistent look. It has an unrivalled lifespan of between 50 and 100 years.

Siberian Larch is available in two grades:

Superior grade

  • This is the best unsorted grade (I-III) and is virtually knot free
  • Kiln dried to a moisture content of approximately 16 - 18%
  • Available in a range of lengths, widths and thicknesses

Standard grade

  • This is classed as Saw - Falling grade (I-IV) Siberian 
  • Tight live knot content is higher than superior grade but still easily workable into any application
  • Kiln dried to moisture content of approximately 16 - 18%
  • Available in a range of lengths, widths and thicknesses

European Redwood

European Redwood is the most common species used in internal and external joinery applications. It is easily machined to a smooth clean finish and can be varnished, stained, painted and glued easily. It is creamy white to yellowish in colour.

At Odds Timber we import our European Redwood from Scandinavia in two grades, premier (unsorted) and standard (Vths).

Western Red Cedar

Cedar has for many years been used in exterior cladding applications due to its warm attractive appearance and resistance to weather.

Along with its lightweight, stable and naturally durable properties it is easy to machine, work with and finish.

Cedar is yellowish to reddish brown in colour but will turn a silvery grey if left without a UV protective coating once installed.

Over recent years the thermal properties of Cedar have made it an increasingly popular choice where efficiencies and cost savings are of importance.

Odds Timber has long been renowned for machining a wide range of cedar profiles in a variety of different grades. Normally, providing No2 clear and better we can also source lower grades down to shop cedar if required.

We have long debated the benefits of supplying cedar grown in the UK, especially due to the advantageous carbon footprint. However, we currently feel the quality of the cedar grown in the West of America is still worth the additional environmental impact to enable us to provide the quality required by our customers.

Standard profiles

ODDS1
20f x 145f/130mm Face Cover

ODDS2
20f x 145f/130mm Face Cover

ODDS3
20f x 145f/130mm Face Cover

ODDS4 20f x 145f/130mm Face Cover

ODDS5 20f x 145f/120mm Face Cover

ODDS7 20f x 145f/120mm Face Cover

ODDS8 20f x 145f/130mm Face Cover

ODDS9 20f x 145f/120mm Face Cover

ODDS10 20f x 145f/120mm Face Cover

Timber cladding

We produce all of our own claddings in our onsite mill and are all made to order from customers specific requirements. Quality is an important aspect to the machining of our cladding and with our robust quality control measures, staff expertise and state of the art machinery, we can ensure we produce a product to be proud of.

What sets us apart from our competitors is our ability to provide the added value of both fire-retardant treatment and coated finishes to all of our cladding products. We provide pre-purchase support through CAD drawings and samples to ensure the correct produce is chosen.

We have a range of species that are readily available, but the most popular options are listed here.

Siberian Larch

Siberian Larch is a moderately durable, very dense and slow grown softwood that is predominately heartwood. The boards come in a straw yellow through to a golden-brown colour which will colour down to a silvery grey if left without a UV protective coating once installed.

Siberian Larch is one of the hardest and most durable softwoods commercially available. Due to its hard wearing properties it is most commonly used in exterior and high impact applications for schools, retail buildings to public walkways and decking.

It is the cladding choice for many architects and contractors due to its excellent versatility while providing a contemporary clean, consistent look. It has an unrivalled lifespan of between 50 and 100 years.

Siberian Larch is available in two grades:

Superior grade

  • This is the best unsorted grade (I-III) and is virtually knot free
  • Kiln dried to a moisture content of approximately 16 - 18%
  • Available in a range of lengths, widths and thicknesses

Standard grade

  • This is classed as Saw - Falling grade (I-IV) Siberian 
  • Tight live knot content is higher than superior grade but still easily workable into any application
  • Kiln dried to moisture content of approximately 16 - 18%
  • Available in a range of lengths, widths and thicknesses

Western Red Cedar

Cedar has for many years been used in exterior cladding applications due to its warm attractive appearance and resistance to weather.

Along with its lightweight, stable and naturally durable properties it is easy to machine, work with and finish.

Cedar is yellowish to reddish brown in colour but will turn a silvery grey if left without a UV protective coating once installed.

Over recent years the thermal properties of Cedar have made it an increasingly popular choice where efficiencies and cost savings are of importance.

Odds Timber has long been renowned for machining a wide range of cedar profiles in a variety of different grades. Normally, providing No2 clear and better we can also source lower grades down to shop cedar if required.

We have long debated the benefits of supplying cedar grown in the UK, especially due to the advantageous carbon footprint. However, we currently feel the quality of the cedar grown in the West of America is still worth the additional environmental impact to enable us to provide the quality required by our customers.

Standard profiles

ODDS1 - 20f x 145f/130mm Face Cover

ODDS2 - 20f x 145f/130mm Face Cover

ODDS3 - 20f x 145f/130mm Face Cover

ODDS4 - 20f x 145f/130mm Face Cover

ODDS5 - 20f x 145f/120mm Face Cover

ODDS7 - 20f x 145f/120mm Face Cover

ODDS8 - 20f x 145f/130mm Face Cover

ODDS9 - 20f x 145f/120mm Face Cover

ODDS10 - 20f x 145f/120mm Face Cover

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