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At Timber-DIY, we are the leading experts in timber cladding. Our wide range of timber products cover all areas of your cladding needs, from traditional shiplap cladding and loglap cladding to modern engineered options. We’re passionate about providing our customers with the highest quality materials, so they can complete their DIY projects confidently and successfully. Our team offers competitive prices, great customer service and an extensive selection of timber claddings, plus important information on loglap vs shiplap cladding. When it comes to tackling your DIY project, you can rely on us for everything you need. From garden decorations to Timber Framing to OSB Board and all types of timber cladding, we have you covered.

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    22x125 T&G Tanalised Treated Loglap Cladding

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    Timber-DIY’s 22x125 Loglap Cladding is the perfect choice for any building or renovation project. Crafted from premium FSC sourced redwood, each pi...

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    16x125 T&G Tanalised Treated Shiplap

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    Introducing 16x125 Tanalised Treated Shiplap – the perfect wood solution for a variety of projects. This superior-grade timber is treated with Tana...

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    38x125 Tanalised Treated Loglap Cladding

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    ONLY £3.20 WHILST STOCKS LAST Introducing our premium quality 38x125 Tanalised Treated Loglap Cladding, the perfect solution for transforming the e...

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    16x100 Tanalised Treated Shiplap

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    Introducing Timber-DIY’s 16x100 Tanalised Treated Shiplap – the perfect material for creating an attractive, durable outdoor structure. Our tanalis...

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    25x125 Tanalised Treated Overlap Shadowboard

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    Introducing the 25x125 Tanalised Treated Overlap Shadowboard from Timber-DIY! This FSC sourced redwood cladding board is perfect for giving your ou...

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    32x125 Tanalised Treated Loglap Cladding

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    Introducing our premium quality 32x125 Tanalised Treated Loglap Cladding, the perfect solution for transforming the exterior of your home, garden ...

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Timber, Shiplap & Loglap Cladding By Timber DIY

In Hull, East Yorkshire, Timber DIY stands as a trusted provider of timber cladding online. Our extensive collection includes a variety of timber species, such as the highly durable Siberian Larch, known for its longevity and resistance to decay. These qualities make it an excellent choice for both residential and commercial buildings. Our timber cladding profiles cater to different aesthetic tastes and functional requirements. From the traditional charm of shiplap to the rustic appeal of loglap cladding, we offer options that can enhance any building's exterior. Every one of our cladding boards is meticulously crafted to ensure consistency and quality, making us a reliable partner for your cladding projects. Whether you're a homeowner looking to add character to your property or a business seeking to make a commercial building stand out, Timber DIY has the resources and expertise to support your vision. Explore our diverse range of timber cladding options today and take the first step towards transforming your space.

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Timber Cladding, what is it?

Shiplap cladding and Loglap cladding are two types of exterior wall materials that can be used to improve the appearance of a home. Both types of cladding provide protection against moisture, insects, and other weather elements. The primary difference between shiplap and loglap cladding lies in their construction methods.

Timber shiplap cladding is an attractive and practical way to finish off the exterior of any structure or surface. This type of cladding is made from weather-resistant timber, which means that it remains strong, durable and reliable throughout all types of climates and weather conditions. The overlapping boards are usually tongue-and-groove cut into each other, creating a tight seam between them. In addition to its appearance, this jointing technique also provides superior structural integrity and allows for easy installation. Timber shiplap cladding can be used on the outside walls of a home, shed, business or even as decorative features in other applications.

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Why timber cladding is a good idea?

Both shiplap and loglap cladding are generally affordable options when compared with other types of siding material such as brick or stone veneers. However, loglap tends to be more expensive due to it's labour-intensive assembly process and varied material costs associated with its production. When it comes to installation and maintenance, both shiplap and loglap are relatively simple projects, though shiplap may require additional trim work around corners or window openings due to its size constraints whereas loglap does not have this added step. Overall, shiplap and loglap cladding offer similar levels of protection while providing distinct aesthetic qualities depending on personal preference. Ultimately, the choice between these two materials will depend on budget considerations as well as the desired look and feel for the finished project.

Does cladding help with insulation?

Does cladding help with insulation?

In addition to its aesthetic value, timber shiplap cladding is also highly functional since it helps insulate against both hot and cold temperatures as well as noise pollution from outside sources like traffic or animals. It’s also easy to clean and maintain with regular wood preservatives; – making maintenance a breeze! When it comes to installation costs too, this product proves itself cost-effective compared to other materials like stone or metal because there's no need for additional fixings or supports. All in all, timber shiplap cladding is an appealing option when looking for ways to spice up your outdoor space with some much-needed curb appeal! Its natural beauty along with its excellent durability makes it a great long-term investment when considering external wall coverings that will stand up against the elements for years to come!

What is the difference between Shiplap & Loglap cladding?

What is the difference between Shiplap & Loglap cladding?

Shiplap is constructed from narrow boards with overlapping ends that are secured together to form a joint. This allows for a tight seal and an aesthetically pleasing look. Shiplap boards tend to come in wider sizes and often feature grooves cut into the edges that allow them to fit together snugly. This type of cladding is typically made from wood or composite materials like vinyl, fiber cement, or PVC plastic. Loglap cladding is usually made using round logs pieced together with square-edged tongue-and-groove joints. It typically has a rustic appearance with unique texture variations due to the varying thicknesses of each individual log piece used in the construction process. Loglap cladding is often made from cedar or pine lumber, but can also be composed of recycled materials like plastic or metal sheeting.

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  • The Charm of Log Cladding: A Rustic Touch to Your Home - Timber DIY
    January 25, 2024 Josh Bradley

    The Charm of Log Cladding: A Rustic Touch to Your Home

    Discover the transformative potential of log cladding and unlock a rustic vision for your home. Timber DIY's detailed guide to log cladding provides you with everything you need to infuse your interior with the timeless allure of natural timber. Whether you're aiming for a classic log cabin feel or a modern take on rustic design, log cladding stands ready to elevate your home. Ready to start your log cladding journey? Let's explore the endless possibilities of this innovative building material and see just how it can redefine your space.
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