Starting From £12.50 Inc. VAT
Our Siberian Larch interlocking boards (also known as Larch Interlocking Fence Slats) provide each client with an option to have a solid panel with no gaps, yet still, have a clear shadow line between each of the slats to give the modern and contemporary slatted design. These interlocking boards are perfect as privacy panels, gates,? wall coverings and more.
- High-Quality Siberian Larch
- Available 2.0m Lengths
- 5mm Shadow Line
- 94mm x 17mm ?Slats
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Larch Cladding Boards
Our collection of Siberian Larch cladding boards has been designed to give customers a stylish, durable and modern feature to include on your renovation project.
Our Larch collection plays home to a variety of cladding boards such as our premium interlocking board and incredibly popular rainscreen slat options.
As to be expected, the cladding is available in a selection of lengths, widths, and finishing options such as a charred option or stained option. To discuss our finishing options please contact a member of the team directly.
Whether youre looking to build a garden room, extend your property or simply wish to enhance a dated area, our collection of Larch cladding profiles are sure to add the wow factor to your home.
Siberian Larch Cladding FAQs
Why Choose Our Larch Cladding Profiles?
We have strict criteria when it comes to stocking Siberian Larch timbers. Firstly, the timber must be of the highest quality so as to ensure all customers receive a sound investment. As a result, all of the Larch cladding boards are unsorted (also known as a grade A larch).
Grade A is the highest quality of Larch available, is a clearer timber, and has a lesser quantity of knots.
All of our timbers are ethically sourced from FSC certified forests. This ensures that our timbers meet the highest environmental and social standards.
As a material, Larch is a robust and durable product that has withstood climates in some of the harshest and coldest regions in the world. For more information on Larch please read our Larch guide here.
Our Siberian Larch collection provides a cheaper alternative to our Cedar Cladding boards.
Is Larch a Good Timber for Cladding?
Yes. Larch is an incredibly strong, durable, and stylish timber that has a natural resistance to weathering, bacteria, rotting, and insect damage.
The clean tones are also a favourite with lovers of modern design.
Larch is also a favorite with architects and landscape designers due to its stunning clean tones and impressive lifespan.
An average larch cladding board will last 15 – 20 years if left untreated and 20 30 years if treated.
Does Larch Cladding Require any Treatment?
Siberian Larch grows in some of the harshest weather conditions on the planet making it one of the most durable and robust of timbers. This means that untreated Larch can easily last 15 20 years with no treatment.
Should you wish to treat the timber with a wood protection oil then customers can expect an additional 5 – 10 years.
Is Larch an Expensive Timber?<
The high-quality unsorted grade A larch is a premium product with a mid-high range pricing. Larch is often cheaper than Cedar but more expensive than pressure-treated/tanalised options.