Siberian Larch  is the cladding of choice for many architects, contractors and self-builders. It’s extremely versatile, suitable for most external and internal timber cladding applications with excellent durability (due to a very high resin content) and attractive figuring.

Typical applications
Cladding, fencing and decking platforms.

 

Pricing

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DescriptionSize
Cladding Tongue & Groove V-Joint94mm x 22mm
145mm x 22mm
195mm x 22mm
245mm x 22mm
Corner Trim45x45mm
Decking Smooth both side145mm x 22mm
245mm x 22mm
Decking200mm x 22mm
PAR45mm x 22mm
PAR69mm x 22mm
PAR94mm x 22mm
PAR145mm x 22mm
PAR200mm x 22mm
PAR245mm x 22mm
(what is this?)45mm x 45mm
45mm x 69mm
45mm x 94mm
45mm x 150mmJoist/Beam

Siberian Larch is far more dense than native Larch as trees grow slower due to the colder climate. The annular rings are much tighter making the timber of the highest grade.

Larch is graded as:

  • Unsorted I-III (very clean, no knots or very few/small knots). Sometimes referred to as Grade A
  • Sawfalling IV (greater presence of big knots which makes the appearance much busier). Sometimes referred to as grade B
  • 5th Grade (very knotty). Sometimes refered to as Grade C

Profiles

PAR (Planed All Round)
PAR timber profile
Rhombus (Rain Screen)
Rhombus timber profile
Tongue & Groove
Tongue & Groove timber profile
Pencil Round
Rounded timber profile
Chamfered Corners
Chamfered corner timber profile

Imported from Russia, it is one of the hardest and strongest commercial softwoods with excellent machining properties, suitable for many end uses including areas of potential high impact damage.

See also → Siberian Larch decking
See also → Siberian Larch cladding
See also → Siberian Larch fencing


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