Garden Wall Wood Cladding.
The garden wall wood cladding used in this garden is microshades 2 x 1 square. The upright 2x2 are also microshades. This timber is kiln dried before the treatment is applied, which helps the wood last longer than standard treated timbers. The colour is warm and elegant, with added lighting. As you can see in the photo, the transformation of this yard is incredible! Careful attention needs to be applied to spacing of the uprights and horizontal 2x1, making sure everything remains parallel to its neighbor. The horizontal joints are all mitred and fixed with stainless steel pins. This avoids any discolouration in the wood from rust.
Douglas Fir Cladding.
Douglas Fir cladding, fitted vertically, with huge six foot diameter round window routed in to the cladding after installation. The Douglas Fir cladding is 95mm in width, and fixed to horizontal cross batons at 500mm centres. Cladding clips have been fixed to the back of every board on layout of 500mm on centre. No visible fixing on the finished work, with the use of cladding clips.