Following the installation of exterior timber cladding, you’ll want to ensure it stays in its best condition.
The best advice that can be given is that it should be treated prior to being fitted, if it needs the treatment, that is. We advise using a coating that is both UV and water resistant, and that will allow the timber to breathe. Generally, opaque coatings will require maintenance more often.
It is wise to avoid any paint, as this will form a film on the surface of the wood and will bubble up. Be sure to, instead, use a penetrating product which would only require a good wood clean first.
Lastly, ensure you are keeping an eye on your timber cladding and acting when you see something that doesn’t look quite right.
Remember that there isn’t a natural product that will not require maintenance. There are certain woods that are more durable than others, such as cedar.
Our timber cladding products have up to 15 years against rotting!