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118 best Timber Cladding Details images on Pinterest Timber cladding, Wood facade and Cladding ideas

Texture and Pattern Wood Architectural detail by architecture firm NADAAA Find this Pin and more on Timber Cladding Details by derfeldesigns. Cool door, maybe an interior sliding panel for privacy? Architectural detail by architecture firm NADAAA Articles about ...

ALUMINIUM COMPOSITE PANELS WITH AGED WOOD LOOK FINISHES-Products [T]tectonica-online

Aluminium composite panels with the appearance of aged wood. ... Alucobond Ligno composite panels are aluminium with a polyethylene core and have a convincing appearance of aged wood because the grain pattern is never repeated, even on a 5 metre long ...

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Find great deals on eBay for Wood Cladding in Wood and Timber. Shop with confidence. Find great deals on eBay for Wood Cladding in Wood and Timber. Shop with confidence ...

Texture 337: Old aged wood cladding-Square Texture

High resolution seamless texture of old aged wood cladding. The texture can also be used as floor boarding and for timber decks Register Log in 0 Cart Facebook Home Stone textures Other textures Architectural details Door photos D.I.Y. $2 shop ...

EXTERNAL CLADDING MANUAL-New product: thermo-treated (thermo-modified) wood

3.3 Types of Cladding 7 4 General Design 7 4.1 Battens 8 4.2 Maintaining a Drained and Ventilated Cavity 9 4.3 Upper Edge and Lower Edge Details 9 ...

Congratulations on your choice of Western Red Cedar

Congratulations on your choice of Western Red Cedar cladding. Western Red Cedar is one of the worlds premier quality timber noted for its appearance, durability, light weight, insulation value and dimensional stability. It will provide your home with character and a ...

SOFTWOOD CLADDING FIXING INSTRUCTIONS-Metsä Wood Producer and seller of premium quality timber, plywood, LVL and other wood products

The guidelines below relate to most types of profiled softwood timber cladding manufactured by Metsä Wood UK. More detailed instructions can be obtained from TRADA or The Timber Decking and Cladding Association. All timber cladding and battens should be appropriately treated to protect them