Why use Co2 Larch? (Imported Siberian Larch)
What the quality of Co2 Larch
Is it necessary to treat Co2 Larch with chemicals for preservation?
What fixings should I use?
What type of cladding should I use?
What can I use Timber Cladding For
Do you supply finishing products
Can we deliver.
How do I work out the Square Meter Required.
A. FSC® 100%
Continuity of supply
Excellent for Cladding
Excellent for fencing
Quality Imported grade Unsorted I - 3 A/B Grade and better
Co2 Larch is a soft wood that is easy to machine with excellent working properties. Co2 Larch is easily stained or painted and is naturally fungi resistant with a durability class of 2. We supply Quality Imported grade Unsorted I - 3 A/B Grade and better.
A. No. You do not need to treat Co2 Larch because it is a naturally durable timber. Co2 Larch will turn a silvery colour after a period of time if left untreated. Should you wish to maintain the natural colour of the timber a treatment will be needed, we recommend a product called Osmo please see www.osmouk.com.
A. Because of the natural oils in Co2 Larch stainless steel fixings must be used. If not used a black line will ruin the face of your Cladding because of the reaction with steel/galvanised screws/nails.
It's very much a personal choice depending on whether you want a rustic, traditional or contemporary finish.
Due to it adaptability there are thousand of situation which lend themselves to cladding with Co2 Larch timber rather than PVC or alternative materials. Typical uses :- Private and Commercial dwellings, offices, Car parks, Summer houses, Conservatories, garden offices/workshops, Fencing. In fact, any project which lends itself to a Larch cladded facade. We have some images on our Customer Projects page and our Pinterest page.
A. Yes we produce corner trims for door and windows. Please ask for details.
A. Yes we offer a delivery service to all areas of the UK. We can also offer international deliveries by request. Please see our Delivery Page.
A. You multiply the height or width in meters by the length in meters. Or use our area calculator
Length: m Width: mm
Area in Square Meters : 0 sqm