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Siberian Larch Tongue and Groove Cladding

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Siberian Larch is one of the most naturally hardy of all softwood species and highly durable without any treatment.

If stability, durability, beautifully grained natural cladding is required then there are few better choices than this very slow grown, incredibly dense softwood.

Is shipped kiln dried and ready to fix.

We have the cladding in two options; unsorted and first grade.

Unsorted will have a mixture of all the top four grades 1 through to 4 - some clear of knots and some straight grain, others with knots and some sloping grain. A perfect choice for all traditional applications.

First grade Siberian cladding is sorted to include only the clearest (most knot free) boards with the straightest grain possible. A perfect choice for all modern, contemporary applications

Priced per square metre.

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Siberian Larch Tongue and Groove Cladding
Grade:Unsorted
Profile:Tongue and Groove
Size:142mm x 25mm (135mm Visible Face)
£28.00
ex. VAT
Siberian Larch Tongue and Groove Cladding
Grade:First Grade
Profile:Tongue and Groove
Size:142mm x 25mm (135mm Visible Face)
£35.00
ex. VAT

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