Adelaide Timber Cladding’s charred timber cladding combines the ancient Japanese craft of fire treatment with a precision milled, architectonic cladding profile. It is a complete solution for any exterior wall ensuring a streamline execution and watertight result.
Ironbark is durability class 1 for both above and in-ground and is resistant to lyctus attack. It is not easily worked because of its high density but can be used as seasoned timber for cladding, internal lining and decking.
Spotted Gum is a premium hardwood timber. Colours range varies from light coffee to rich browns with pink and grey tones. Its high degree of natural durability and strength make it one of the most sought after timber species in Australia.
Blackbutt is a premium hardwood timber. Even colouring, predominantly rich honey browns to light creams. A strong, durable hardwood, blackbutt can be used for a range of structural, exterior and interior applications.
The colour variations and optimal grain structure of , combined with the species’ inherent stability, ensure that this product is a popular choice for a wide range of projects.
White cypress is a highly durable Australian softwood timber species. It is readily available throughout Australia.
Larch is the cladding of choice for many architects, contractors and self-builders, due to the fact that it is extremely versatile. Suitable for most external timber cladding applications and has excellent durability properties and displays attractive figuring.
Silvertop Ash is a beautifully coloured timber. It is predominantly a light honey with warm nut-brown tones. This species is proving to be one of the most popular cladding, decking and flooring timbers available. Silvertop ash is a large, moderately durable Australian hardwood that grows in the southern and central coast and tablelands of New South Wales, eastern Victoria and north eastern Tasmania. It is also known as ‘coast ash’ due to its occurrence along the coastal areas of the cooler eastern states.