Waney-edge cladding is very traditional. It is created by overlapping boards cut through and through straight from the tree. Each board has one waney edge (with bark on) and one square edge.
The boards are laid to show the waney edge, with an overlap of 40 – 50mm.
These English Larch/Douglas Fir waney-edge boards are supplied fresh cut with a sawn finish, cut from logs harvested in native woodlands.
The boards are supplied in random lengths from 2.0 – 4.0 metres and random widths from 150mm to 300mm.
The advertised price is per square metre (to give total coverage you need to measure the area and allow roughly 30% for the overlap).