The images here show two different methods of cladding – the horizontal boards are 225mm x 25mm sawn Larch and are lapped i.e. one sits on top of the other. The vertical boards are 150mm x 25mm and placed side by side with a 50mm x 25mm batten covering the join (to prevent moisture entering), This is called a Munting style and is popular on shepherd’s huts.
We offer a variety of square, feather edge and rebated cladding in different species - whilst larch is currently very popular, we are seeing more enquiries for sweet Chestnut and Accoya. We’re always happy to provide samples and suggest different options as required and look forward to receiving your enquiries!