- 10/08/2020 - Everyone at iWood would like to thank you for your continued support during the pandemic.
As more of our customers have started coming back to work we have seen an influx of orders.
As such we are currently working to a lead time of 14-28 working days
(some products have longer lead times as described in their individual descriptions). We are still following government guidelines to keep our staff and customers safe.
Traditionally all of the timber we sell is unfinished ready for you to treat, paint, varnish or fire-treat yourself. We do realise though that sometimes you don’t have the time to finish your wood so we have a few pre-finished products for you. (including Engineered flooring) The most popular set of products though are our cladding options.
Charred Black Cladding and Tiga Wood
Charred is by far the most popular of our treated timbers. Danish Oiled with a choice of brushed and unbrushed finishes this product certainly draws the eye. Charred Larch is available in a range of profiles including T&G, Shiplap, Rainshield and Feather Edge Patterns.
To accompany our Charred Black Cladding we also supply Tiga Wood Cladding. This cladding is only lightly seared with the grain of the wood being burnt and the British Larch taking on a deeper Orangey colour than before.
We also supply a range of products including corner pieces and fascia boards charred appropriately to match your cladding.
Even though it is treated and ready to fit we do recommend that you UV protect it as well in order to keep the colour.
Painted Black Cladding
Our painted black cladding is only available as a feather edge profile with a rebate and three relief grooves. The timber is a stable softwood and has three coats of black paint which lies on top of an antifungal base coat.
Our Thermowood Tongue and Groove cladding is an advanced product. The timber is dried to a phenomenal extent removing any resin that lies in the wood. This means that the timber is a lot more stable and durable than before meaning that it can operate in temperatures between -40o to 40o.
The cladding is coated with a black paint which forms a film over the timber helping to prevent moisture getting in.