Siberian Larch is currently unavailable

Due to current circumstances we are not supplying Siberian Larch for the forseeable future. We would like to point you in the direction of British Larch and Thermowood as alternatives.

British Larch Feather Edge Cladding


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Siberian Larch Feather Edge Cladding

Siberian Larch Feather Edge Cladding has an attractive grain and a warm-orangey colour.

Photo: Weathered Siberian Larch Feather Edge

Siberian Larch Feather Edge timber cladding

Work out a Price Below

Please note that iWood is a wholesale timber merchant, and to maintain such competitive prices, we have a minimum order amount of £750.00 ex VAT for delivery (£350.00 ex VAT for collection).

1) Click to choose a Feather Edge Cladding profile

IWC9 Feather-edged 200mm (175 face)
IWC9 Feather-edged 200mm (175 face)
IWC10 Feather-edged 150mm (125 face)
IWC10 Feather-edged 150mm (125 face)

2) Click to choose a grade of Siberian Larch

Select Sawfalling Cladding
This grade of Siberian Larch is quite knotty in appearance, giving a more 'rustic' look.
Select Unsorted Cladding
Unsorted is the 'cleanest' grade of Siberian Larch available

3) How much Siberian Larch Feather Edge Cladding do you need?

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Product Description
Fitting Guidance

Siberian Larch Feather Edge Cladding

Our Siberian Larch Feather Edge cladding is supplied in two standard profiles:

  • IWC9 - 200mm wide Feather Edge Siberian Larch Cladding - to be overlapped 25mm giving 175mm face cover
  • IWC10 - 150mm wide Feather Siberian Larch Cladding - to be overlapped 25mm giving 125mm face cover

Feather edge is a is a popular choice for exterior cladding because there is more freedom with how it’s finished. Unlike with other cladding where there is a set overlap or groove to fix into, feather edge has a wider margin for fixing where you can fix the boards to an overlap of your choosing. This freedom and cost effectiveness of the cladding make it a popular choice.

The Sawfalling grade Siberian Larch we supply will contain knots, but fewer than the British Larch. Larch is a knottier wood than most which is one of the reasons it’s so popular because it looks more traditional. Siberian Larch feather edge cladding varies in colour from a pale reddish-brown to a brick red when fresh sawn.

The Unsorted grade will contain less knots and is the highest grade we supply, this is a very contemporary grade of timber leaving you with a clean, modern finish.

Even though it’s a fresh sawn softwood, Siberian Larch doesn’t need treating because it is naturally resistant to movement. You can treat your cladding to preserve the cladding but the most popular finish for is to let it go silvery grey as it weathers in sunlight.

All Larch cladding is supplied in random lengths to match the coverage area you need. If you would like to specify what lengths you need please contact us to confirm we can provide those lengths. If we can you can enter the lengths requested into the “Special Instructions” box on the shopping basket page.

You can contact us on 01889 279 018 or by talking to us on the online chat.


Most people leave their timber to go the traditional silver-grey in the sun. We recommend talking to if you would like to treat your timber. If you do decide to treat your timber, it needs to be treated all the way round including the ends to prevent moisture getting in at all.

Example Pricing for Siberian Larch Feather Edge Cladding - Boards in Stock Machined to Order
Price From £8.38 ex VAT per meter (Profile: IWC10 Feather-edged 150mm (125 face) - Grade: Unsorted - 1m)
What do our Customers Say?
We are over the moon with our charred wood cladding. The charred effect is everything we hoped it would be and our new shed looks amazing.
- Thomas Green

Clarity of website and up front pricing. Good phone support and quick delivery of samples. Thanks.
- Daniel Morriss

Having just had a delivery of Siberian Larch cladding for my garage, I have to leave a review. From the fantastic website, through the simple ordering peocess, the excellent written and verbal communication to the great quality of the product itself, I have nothing but praise for this company. I will DEFINITELY buy again for my extension and will recommend to anyone that needs feature timber.
- Lee Green

We thank you once again for the very good service that you offered and we hope to be able to business with you again in the future.
- Gary Crossfield.

It was so easy.
- Shkumbin Sufa

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Product Code: IW-18-21-21-3

Specify: Sawfalling Larch, Siberian External Cladding Feather Edge Cladding from iWood Timber

Product Code: IW-18-21-34-3

Specify: Unsorted Larch, Siberian External Cladding Feather Edge Cladding from iWood Timber

Some commonly asked questions


Our timber is imported straight from sawmills on the continent. Our usual lead times are therefore 14 to 17 working days.


We calculate our delivery costs based on how far away you are from us, to get more information on this please check out our shipping costs page.


Our delivery lorries visit different parts of the country on different days, so once your order is ready we will work with you to arrange a delivery day for when one of our lorries is in your area. We will always arrange the delivery day in advance with you.


We deliver weekdays Monday to Friday between the hours of 8am to 5pm. Our delivery vehicles will have multiple jobs on them which can affect the delivery time to you, depending on factors such as traffic and how long it takes to offload the previous jobs. The driver will call you in advance with an estimated time of arrival to make sure you'll be there.


You can place your order online by working out your price above and adding your items to your shopping basket. You can then check out and your order will be processed securely and a confirmation email sent. Once your order arrives in our depot, we'll give you a call to arrange delivery.


Yes you can, you can order samples of certain timbers at If the species you need isn't there please give us a call or talk to us on our online chat.

The timbers shown are planed all round samples and are not profiled.

Still Have Questions?

Call our seasoned sales team on 01889 597 281.

Send us a message through our Contact Form.

Email your cutting list to

To get a price, you can type in how many square metres of cladding you need. It's very easy to work out.

We're going to work out the total area of one side of a building, then subtract the windows and doors, then add 10% extra for wastage.

1) For each wall that you’re cladding, measure the full width and the height in metres to work out the total area.

In this (expertly designed) example, the frontage is 9 metres wide and 4.7 metres high. 9 x 4.7 gives a total 42.3 square metres.

How to measure For Cladding Step 1

Total area of frontage = 9 * 4.7 = 42.3 square metres

2) Work out the area of the doors and windows

In this house front there are four windows and a door. Measure the width and height of each window and door, then add the areas together:

How to measure For Cladding Step 2

  • Window 1: 1.9 x 1.2m = 2.28 square metres
  • Window 2: 1.2 x 1.2m = 1.44 square metres
  • Window 3: 1.2 x 1.2m = 1.44 square metres
  • Window 4: 1.9 x 1.2m = 2.28 square metres
  • Door: 1.0m x 2.0m = 2.00 square metres

Total area of windows and doors = 9.44 square metres

3) Subtract the area of the doors and windows from the total area of the wall.

We now have our total area (42.3 square metres) and the total area of the doors and the windows (9.44 square metres). Because we don't want cladding to cover the windows and door, we take the door and window area away from the total area.

Total area to clad = 42.3 – 9.44 = 32.86 square metres to clad

4) Add at least 10% spare for wastage

We recommend ordering at LEAST 10% more cladding than you've measured for to account for the required cutting and shaping.

32.86 square metres + 10% = 36.146 square metres. In this case, we'd round it up to 37 square metres.

Total to order = 37 square metres

Do the same for any other sides of the building, add them together and you'll have your grand total.