The shiplap timber cladding is a spruce board that has been treated with preservative, preventing the wood from rotting. The timber cladding has been fixed to treated timber 2x1 batons, spaced at 400mm centres. The use of a breather membrane on the structures main frame, before placement of the batons ensures the protection and longtivity of the timber frame home.
Red Cedar Timber Cladding.
A timber frame garden room finished in natural red cedar cladding. The room is an extension off the side of a house, to be used as a utility room. There is access from the kitchen to this area. New doors were fitted, front and back, gaining access to both front and back gardens. The roof has been finished in clear polycarbonate sheeting, which lets in more light, this product also has insulation properties.
Timber Cladding Interior.
A ceiling finished in pine tongue and groove timber cladding. The cladding boards used for this were six by one tongue and groove, the edges of each board were etched with a router and sanded, to give a distinctive space between the tongue and groove boards.
A cement finished garden wall, made into a garden feature, using western red cedar cladding. The cement wall was battoned with pressure treated timber batons, and finished with western red cedar. A floating shelf and a wrap around bench seat have also been added to enhance the design.
Timber Cladding Maintainance.
A timber frame house being prepared for timber cladding.This is the same procedure in building maintenance. Pressure treated timber batons being fixed on top of a breather membrane, then the finishing timber cladding is applied.
Pressure Treated Shiplap Cladding
A shed at the end of a garden which is made of masonary, now finished in treated shiplap timber cladding. Shiplap cladding is one of the most popular products for exterior use, offering great results. With the cladding boards being treated in preservative, painting can be delayed or left out all together.
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.
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Our vision, at Mac Carpentry, is to build towards a sustainable future.