Air-dried (seasoned) Oak has been dried since the tree was felled, either by spending 3-5 years exposed to air or by accelerated drying inside a kiln. This process reduces the moisture content to approximately 20-30% compared to that of our other oak cladding, making it more stable than a fresh sawn cladding product and less prone to shrinkage.
Due to the higher grade of oak used, you will experience less sap, fewer/smaller knots and a tighter/straighter grain. Being a natural living product, you may also experience some colour variation and when in place, some natural movement as the timber adjusts to the changing seasons. These characteristics are to be expected and will give a beautiful natural distinctive appearance.
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Our precisley machined Air Dried Oak Shiplap Cladding is the perfect profile choice should you require not only excellent weather protection, but clean smooth lines and a smarter finish for your cladding project. Our precisley machined Air Dried Oak...In Stock
Our Air-Dried Oak Tongue and Groove Cladding is the perfect choice should you require a product that not only gives you long lasting weather protection, but also gives you that traditional 'T&G' finish along with the stunning grain that oak offers. Our Air-Dried Oak Tongue and Groove...In Stock
Our Character Grade Air Dried Oak V Tongue and Groove Cladding is perfect should you require that traditional 'T&G' look to your cladding project, with the elegantly rustic finish that Character Grade Oak offers. Double face for gate manufacture or for where both faces will be seen. No stress relief grooves to the underside. 115mm x 24mm (Visible Face... Our Character Grade Air Dried Oak V...In Stock