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BrookClad Micronised Timber Cladding is available in two grades exclusively from Brookridge Timber Ltd.
Comparable in quality to a Sawfalling (I-IV) Siberian Larch with a similar knot content and rate of growth. This quality of Scandinavian Redwood has traditionally been used by joiners in the manufacture of doors and windows making it aesthetically the perfect choice for exterior timber cladding. It is not naturally durable when used externally making pressure treatment with Microshades essential giving the treated timber cladding a 30 year warranty against insect attack and fungal decay. This species accepts treatment well due to its low density and open grain.
Comparable in quality to Canadian Cedar and Unsorted (I-III) Siberian Larch. Many pieces in this grade are knot free. The “A” face can have up to four in number five pence piece size knots over a 4.5 metre length and the two edges will be clear. This quality of Scandinavian Redwood is traditionally used for cabinetry, sidings and panelling because of its clear almost knot free finish.
When used for a timber cladding facade combined with the Microshades treatment the result is stunning. It is not naturally durable when used externally making pressure treatment
with Microshades essential giving the treated timber cladding a 30 year warranty against insect attack and fungal decay. This species accepts treatment well due to its lowe density and open grain.
European Redwood, also known as Pinus Sylvestris, is a popular softwood species grown in Scandinavia that is widely used in timber cladding. The BrookClad Micronised Treatment process enhances the durability and appearance of this timber, making it an attractive and affordable alternative to Canadian Cedar and Siberian Larch for external timber cladding.
The Micronised Treatment process is a unique and patented process that micronizes copper into a fine powder, which is then infused into the timber. The process is pressure-treated and forces the copper micron into the cells of the timber, providing excellent protection against fungal decay and insect attack. This process also enhances the natural beauty of the timber, resulting in a uniform appearance with no patchy staining.
Micronised European Redwood timber cladding offers numerous benefits. Firstly, it comes with a 30-year warranty against fungal decay and insect attack, which provides customers with peace of mind that their investment is well protected. Secondly, the Micronised Treatment has a Green Guard Gold Certification, which means it can be safely used in sensitive areas, such as schools and hospitals. Thirdly, the raw material is readily available, making it a more cost-effective option than other timber species. Fourthly, the Micronised Treatment is a preservative treatment, not a coating, which means it requires low maintenance.
The Micronised timber cladding supplied by Brookridge Timber is special because it is produced entirely in-house, ensuring the highest quality and consistency of the final product. Brookridge Timber is a leading timber cladding supplier in Devon and the South West, and it has a reputation for producing high-quality, sustainable timber products. The company holds full chain of custody certification from sustainable sources, ensuring that all the timber used in their products is from well-managed forests.
Micronised European Redwood timber cladding is an excellent choice for external timber cladding. The BrookClad Micronised Treatment process makes the timber highly durable, resistant to fungal decay and insect attack, and easy to maintain. The timber is also highly sustainable, coming from well-managed forests in Scandinavia. Overall, the Micronised European Redwood timber cladding is an attractive and cost-effective alternative to other timber species, making it a popular choice for architects, builders, and homeowners alike.
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