Timber cladding, also known as weatherboarding, can provide an attractive, lasting and durable finish to both internal and external projects. 

As well as improving a building’s overall aesthetic, this measure can also be used to add an extra layer of thermal insulation and weather resistance. Essentially, cladding is designed to protect a project’s walls from moisture and air penetration, as well as any other such issues which could be caused by the elements.

At International Timber, we stock a range of wooden cladding types to suit the needs of a variety of different projects.

Take a look at our collection of timber cladding supplies today.

In need of timber for internal cladding? No problem, we provide popular timber cladding supplies such as American White Oak and Meranti planks.

Searching for wooden supplies for an external cladding project? Look no further than our extensive range of timber cladding products, including everything from British Larch and Western Red Cedar cladding boards to Thermowood Radiata Pine and Thermowood Redwood. We also stock a variety of hardwood and softwood cladding products, as well as composite cladding, shingles and shakes.

The type of timber cladding required for your project will depend on your desired aesthetic and your budget. Different wooden cladding types are suitable for different purposes. For example, Accoya® cladding offers stability and durability whilst Iroko cladding is known for its strength and rich golden-brown design.

When you choose to get your timber cladding supplies with International Timber, you’ll receive a specialist service that you won’t get from any other timber cladding supplier. Our team has the knowledge and expertise to help you select the right products for your project.


What is cladding? 

Cladding is the application of a material, such as timber, over a building to provide a skin or layer which enhances thermal efficiency and appearance.  

What does cladding look like? 

Cladding usually looks like rectangular boarding placed horizontally or vertically across the outside of a building. Cladding constructions can be complicated systems, featuring voids, breather membranes, cavity barriers and other elements.  

How long does timber cladding last? 

 With proper maintenance, timber cladding can last between 40-60 years. 

Why use timber cladding? 

 Timber cladding is useful for a number of reasons. For example, it offers superb thermal and sound insulation, and it can also improve the appearance of buildings. Additionally, the timber cladding materials provided by International Timber are highly eco-friendly as it is sourced from sustainable forests.  

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