Cladding.

Timber cladding creates a beautiful design feature and is an extremely flexible and renewable product that enables great architectural freedom. Timber is light weight when compared to other cladding systems.

Barwon Timber has designed, developed and tested its cladding range for over thirty years. Our cladding range can be run to order in a number of different species. Barwon Timber claddings have been used on many architectural designed buildings.

All of our timber cladding (with the exception of air dried Cypress) is supplied kiln dried. We are able to end match cladding to create a self-supporting join reducing waste. We can also pre-oil timber using Cutek CD50, a clear preservative oil to ensure all board faces are coated and protected.

If there is a particular look you want to achieve using timber cladding, our timber team can assist you.

 

Barclad
Barclad is a stylish timber cladding designed and manufactured by Barwon Timber and has proven to be a popular choice amongst architects and builders.

Barclad is manufactured from plantation grown radiata pine, comes treated to a H3 standard (using a light organic solvent preservative), making it a sustainable, robust cladding option ideal for painting in light colours.

Barclad is available on request in long lengths, meaning few join lines. If you would like more information on Barclad, our team is happy to assist you.


Euclad
Euclad is our concealed fix cladding system and has been very popular, creating a clean look not detracted from by visible fixing screws or nails. Euclad can be machined with eased or square top and bottom edges.  If cladding is running horizontally, please specify eased top edges to prevent moisture sitting in the trench / groove.

Euclad can be machined in different widths with the same tongue and groove profile, enabling designers to mix sizes and explore with patterns. Barwon Timber has a range of timber and aluminium stops to complement our cladding range.

Euclad can be end matched reducing offcut waste and installation time. The end match profile creates self supporting joins which can be staggered between battens.

How to specify information is available on page 17 of our Product Portfolio and Specification Guide.

Euclad Species
Queensland Blackbutt

Queensland Ironbark

Queensland Spotted Gum

Queensland Forest Red Gum

Victorian Silvertop Ash

Western Red Cedar


Barwon Timber Shiplap
Barwon Timber Shiplap is a face fix cladding profile we have been machining in a range of species for over 27 years. We have developed and refined the profile in this time and it features on many buildings in the Geelong and Surfcoast area.

Barwon Timber Shiplap can be machined in different widths with the same tongue and groove profile, enabling designers to mix sizes and explore with patterns. Shiplap can be machined with eased or square top and bottom edges. Please ensure cladding is specified with an eased top edge if you are running it horizontally. Barwon Timber has a range of timber and aluminium stops to complement our cladding range.

Barwon Timber Shiplap can be end matched reducing offcut waste and installation time. The end match profile creates self-supporting joins which can be staggered between battens.

How to specify information is available on page 19 of our Product Portfolio and Specification Guide.

Barwon Timber Shiplap Species
Cypress

Queensland Blackbutt

Queensland Ironbark

Queensland Spotted Gum

Queensland Forest Red Gum

Victorian Silvertop Ash

Western Red Cedar


Battenclad
Battenclad is a profile we developed with architects and builders. Battenclad achieves a batten effect with less on site labour. The profile is 120mm width with a centre groove. We can vary the size of the groove to achieve preferred design aesthetic. This standard profile is designed for vertical applications when used externally. The eased edge profile can be used for horizontal applications.

Barwon Timber has a range of timber and aluminium stops to complement our cladding range.

Battenclad creates a striking internal feature and we can machine it as a lining board.

How to specify information is available on page 21 of our Product Portfolio and Specification Guide.

Battenclad Species
Cypress

Queensland Blackbutt

Queensland Ironbark

Queensland Spotted Gum

Queensland Forest Red Gum

Victorian Silvertop Ash

Western Red Cedar


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  1. Home Exterior Design Ideas - Pivot Homes
    June 9, 2017 at 3:26 pm ·

    […] ‘tongue in groove’ fixing system that detracts from visible nails and screws.  We love Euclad, developed by Barwon Timber, with six species to choose from.  As with all timber, if you want to […]

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