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Covid-19 - 26/11/2020 - Just a note to say iWood Timber will remain open again through this lockdown as we supply the construction industry.
We're currently experiencing a high volume of orders, and with Covid restrictions in place,
we're currently working to a lead time of 14-28 working days
(some products have longer lead times as described in their individual descriptions).
We provide machined larch boards in various profiles for all your cladding and decking needs. We have set profiles available for each product which you can find the drawings for on our website. We find that these are fit for purpose for most projects however if you require a different profile please send through a drawing of your requirements and we will be able to get you a bespoke quote.
We provide Tongue and Groove, Shiplap, Feather Edged and Rainshield cladding in Larch so you get the finish that you require. Depending on the cladding you require the larch boards can be fitted horizontally or vertically, the drawing for each profile will tell you how the boards fit together, usually though only tongue and groove cladding can be fitted vertically.
We also provide two different types of decking – Reeded and Anti-Slip. There are multiple standard profiles we supply for each type of decking. These profiles are designed to be easy to fit and suitable for purpose.
If you need a different profile to any of the defaults we supply please don’t hesitate to ask! We are more than happy to provide a quote for your exact requirements. The best way for you to approach this is to send your drawing with dimensions through to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will take a look at it for you.
Do I need to treat my Larch boards?
Yes you will need to treat your larch boards because if you don’t then you run the risk of movement within the board (meaning that they can expand and shrink). Any movement could mean that your timber could warp, split or leave gaps between the boards. You can also protect the timber from turning silvery grey by using a coating which protects from UV light.
For more information on the machined timber that we supply please don’t hesitate to ask by emailing us on email@example.com or calling 01889 597281.