With aesthetic value and dynamic durability, wooden cladding has come a long way

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With aesthetic value and dynamic durability, wooden cladding has come a long way

These cladding options can transform buildings into textured works of art. Whether made of solid timber or a composite that emulates the durability, longevity, and aesthetic quality of the original material, the following products imbue construction projects large and small with charm while meeting the latest industry requirements and exacting clients’ needs.

Drift Platinum

Reclaimed driftwood is highly sought after for its soft, ethereal quality but is hard to come by and is often irregularly shaped.Capturing the gray, weathered look of this organically formed material in grooved cladding is the new Drift Platinum by Thermory. Meant for both exterior and indoor paneling, this naturally treated product comes in large C15 profile planks.

Larch Deep Char
Pioneer Millworks

In keeping with the tradition of yakisugi fire-finished wood, the new Larch Deep Char cladding from Pioneer Millworks is inherently moisture- and fire-resistant. Engineered to withstand extreme weather conditions, this alligator skin–like siding blackens with time to achieve a cool, dark look while also safeguarding against rot and insect damage.

TandoShake Cape Cod Perfection in Char

Tando’s new Char color option of the TandoShake Cape Cod Perfection line mimics the ever-popular yakisugi technique. Noted for its clean lines and natural cedar textures, this new blackened and burnt iteration is well suited for the modern farmhouse trend, combining rustic flair with clean lines.


Produced using traditional Japanese charring techniques, the new FSC-certified MATSU range by reSAWN TIMBER features
the manufacturer’s signature CHARRED Accoya, a wood variant that retains much more charcoal than softwood species.
This versatile indoor and outdoor solution is an option for both dimensionally stable applications and particularly harsh environments.

Fortress Building Products

Suitable for both cladding and decking, the new capped, bamboo-plastic Apex PVC range resembles wood but provides better durability. With nonrepeating grain patterns and an earth-tone color palette, this ecofriendly solution is UV-, fade-, and moisture-resistant.