Wood Cladding is a popular choice for many homeowners. It’s a time-tested material that gives homes a distinct look and a natural, timeless beauty. Before choosing wood cladding for your house, however, you need to weigh its advantages and disadvantages to decide if it’s the right choice by your home. Pros of Wood Cladding 1.
Larch, Siberian Latin name: Larix sibirica Also known as: Siberian larch, Russian larch Wood Type: Softwood Durability: Slightly durable, Moderately durable Treatability: Extremely difficult Moisture Movement: Reported to be small Density (mean, Kg/m³): 590 (Ranging from 570 to 650) Texture: Fine Use(s): Cladding, Joinery – Exterior, Flooring, Decking, we also supply preweathered old look larch and
Things we know and don’t know about Siberian Larch in the UK It is always interesting to see what customers know or don’t know about Siberian larch when they select it for use in their joinery or landscaping projects either as decking, fencing and cladding. Siberian Larch also knew as Russian Larch – Larix sibirica
Siberian Larch, larix sibirica also known as meleze de siberie, sibirische larche LAGM, AS. It has a straight grain, a fine, uniform texture and is rather heavy with an average density of 590Kg/m3 at 12% Moisture Content drilling is recommended. Used extensively for cladding and decking applications as it falls under durability characteristics Class 3
Timber Focus – Puidukoda UK ensures all the best larch is placed on the UK and Irish Markets for its distribution partners. Timber Focus are large suppliers of timber, including large suppliers of Siberian larch, softwood timber mouldings. There are many variations of Larch e.g European Larch, Siberian Larch etc but we ensure we supply