Waney-edge cladding is a very traditional style of cladding created by overlapping boards sliced straight from the tree. Each board has one waney edge (with bark on) and one square edge. Examples of waney edge cladding can be seen on buildings dating back many hundreds of years,
Our waney edged larch cladding is made to order in 3.6 metre lengths and is 200 – 300mm wide and 19mm thick.
Price per m2 as laid
Minimum order 20m2 – 2 to 3 week lead time
Overlap subsequent boards by 50 – 65mm. It is important not to reduce the recommended overlap. Waney-edge boards are cut from green* (wet) timber and will, as a result, shrink by up to 15mm as the board dries.
We recommend that each board is fixed once with a nail located 10mm above the upper edge of the previous board. Some suppliers advise using two nails per board, but this does not allow for shrinkage of the board and can result in splitting.
End joining of the boards should coincide with a batten and should be staggered to ensure that subsequent boards do not joint in the same place.
Allow 2 to 3 weeks from date of order.
Delivery by Pallet service or Bulk dependant on order size.
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