You have no doubt heard about the advantages of using charred timber as it is the perfect process to provide timbers with long term durability, as well as maintaining a long term maintenance free colour fast option.

The charring process creates a crust that is U.V resistant and not susceptible to fading. It is also well documented that the charring process improves timbers durability and resistance to insect attack. Best off all it looks great!

Eco Timber only use Australian hardwoods, all of which attract a BAL 29 fire rating, perfectly suited for most properties and areas.

Typically, the species we use are Red Ironbark, Blackbutt and Silver Top. All external cladding is pre-oiled following the charring process with Cutek CD50 (penetrative oil).

Any internal applications are sealed with a Matte water base polyurethane to avoid smudging.

Lead time is typically two (2) to three (3) weeks following a confirmed order and up to 4 weeks on set length orders.

Material comes in a random length specification or set lengths at an additional 20%.

Our Profiles include;

  • Standard shiplap Profile – 8mm rebate
    125×19 t/g, secret fixed
  • Standard shiplap Profile – 8mm rebate
    80×19 t/g, secret fixed

3D shiplap profiles inclusive of a mix of  t&G profiles for improved stability;

4 x profile Mixed combination includes,

  • Profile A: 120×19 t/g
  • Profile B: 80×28 t/g
  • Profile C: 60×42 t/g
  • Profile D: 35×32 t/g

Charring of timber screens, posts, singular 3D cladding profile selection and custom profiles are also available upon request.

FIXING – Our preference is to pre drill and apply a screw fix through the tongue side of the cladding into a minimum 19mm hardwood batten that has been installed to the stud frame for maximum purchase.

COATING – Once the cladding has been installed, we recommend one coat of BlackASH CUTEK preservative be applied. This will seal any end cuts and fixing blemishes from the install process.

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