Kiln Dried Oak Shiplap Cladding

Yandles Kiln Dried Oak Shiplap Cladding

Our finger-jointed kiln-dried oak shiplap cladding is a beautiful and durable cladding choice. 125mm face. Price per length.

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Note: Currently not available for delivery to Aberdeenshire and the Highlands, Far Off Shore, Guernsey/Jersey, EU-2, Ireland, EU-3 and EU-4.

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20+ 4.5m x 138mm x 21mm @ £41.30 each

£45.90 inc VAT

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Product Description

Our kiln-dried oak shiplap cladding is a beautiful and durable cladding choice. It is finger jointed to provide a consistent, stable longer length, with the joint being made with D4 exterior glue. Finger-jointing is a process where smaller pieces of timber are glued and machined to create one long length. This provides extra stability and cost savings compared to cladding produced from one solid piece of timber. Kiln drying is a process that removes the moisture from the wood, which makes it more stable and less likely to warp or shrink. Kiln-dried oak makes a great choice for both interior and exterior applications. Shiplap cladding offers a traditional look that can be easily achieved. It’s also a great way to add extra insulation to your home as the thick oak boards provide a good level of thermal resistance. As well as being sustainable, oak is also a very attractive wood, with a beautiful grain that can add real character to your project; it can also be stained or painted to match the rest of the exterior of the building. If you are looking for a high quality, environmentally friendly cladding option, kiln dried oak is an excellent choice.

Recommended Finishes

When choosing a finish for your kiln dried oak shiplap cladding, it is important to consider what you are looking to achieve and the environment in which it will be used. Oak will turn a silvery grey if left unfinished, this a natural barrier and a popular choice. Alternatively, you can varnish/oil it and this will provide an extra layer of protection. If you are using it in an area that is prone to moisture, you will want to choose a finish that is resistant to mould and mildew. If you are using it in an area that is prone to sunlight, you will want to choose a finish that is UV-resistant. When considering adding a finish, it is worth noting that it will be an ongoing job with most oils. For example, with Tung/Danish oil, if it is left outside during winter, it will start to weather black, then silvery grey in a matter of months. To avoid this you will need to regularly recoat. We have recently starting stocking Restol which is able to protect the wood and maintain the oak for several years without a recoat and is proving very popular.
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