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Design is in the Details: Modern Wood Cladding Details.

Modern Home Details: Wood Cladding Wood cladding is a natural durable and beautiful choice for both interior and exterior applications and depending on how it is detailed is a perfect material for modern as well as traditional designs. Details can make a good design remarkable. Design is in the Details. Whether it’s a detail to【Get Price】

Detail Post - Timber Cladding Details - First In Architecture

Design of Timber Cladding Details Horizontal timber cladding is probably the most common and perhaps simpler option. The boards are nailed to vertical battens on the substrate – this could be masonry timber frame etc. Vertical timber cladding can come in the form of tongue and groove or board on board along with open joint options too.【Get Price】

Cladding Design Detail Timber Decking Cladding Association.

Timber cladding should be supplied/used with a moisture content of 16% ± 4% (unless using green oak – specialist knowledge required). Make sure the design and installation will accommodate the natural seasonal movement of the timber by paying attention to correct movement gaps and/or overlaps for the profile and species used.【Get Price】

Timber Cladding Installation Guide | NORclad | How to Install.

Timber Frame Wall – To clad a timber frame wall you need to attach the battens to studs in the wall. You can then subsequently fix the cladding to these battens. You’ll also want to ensure there is a breather membrane to allow for airflow. Cavity Wall – To clad a cavity wall you need to attach the battens with plug and screw.【Get Price】


There has always been a wide range of tropical hardwoods used for timber cladding even if less frequently used than softwood and generally limited to use on more prestigious buildings. These woods include Teak Opepe Balau African Mahogany Sapele and more recently Australian woods such as Jarrah.【Get Price】