Extra care is taken to ensure our waney edge cladding gives a beautiful, natural look to any project.
Our waney edge cladding is a cut above the rest. First our Douglas Fir or Scottish Larch timbers are cut to size on our sawmill. Then we prepared the logs for peeling. We cut each and every waney edge by hand using traditional methods, ensuring that no bark or sapwood is left on the cladding. If left in place, this would rot and degrade over time. This can attract moisture and impede the durability of the cladding. Leaving unnecessary bark on the timber can also cause unsightly effects as it decays.
By hand-cutting the waney edge from the heartwood of the timber, we can ensure a high-quality product. This will age naturally, keeping your building wind and weathertight.
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