Loglap Cladding

Embrace the warmth and natural beauty of wood with Loglap Cladding – the perfect choice for adding charm and character to any interior or exterior space. At Timberstore, we understand the desire for materials that not only look stunning but also stand the test of time. Our selection of loglap cladding is designed to meet the needs of both trade and domestic customers, offering an aesthetic appeal that complements any setting. Crafted from high-quality timber, our loglap cladding options are not only visually appealing but also durable and sustainable, ensuring your projects look great and last for years to come.

  • Loglap EX 50MM X 150MM

    From £31.10
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  • Rebated Loglap EX 25mm X 125mm

    From £15.00
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Choose Timberstore for Loglap Cladding

Our loglaps are the perfect solution:

  • High-quality, pressure treated, durable timber
  • Beautiful finish with a curved profile
  • Fitted with a tongue and groove join
  • Designed for a range of applications like outbuildings, sheds, summer houses and log cabins

Embrace the beauty and durability of loglap cladding with Timberstore. Our team is here to help you select the perfect timber products for your projects, ensuring that you achieve the desired outcome with materials you can trust. Visit us in Beaconsfield and Crawley or explore our range online!

Loglap Cladding FAQ

What is Loglap Cladding?

Loglap cladding is a type of timber cladding designed to mimic the look of traditional log cabins. Each board is machined to have a curved profile, creating a distinctive overlap that gives the appearance of logs when installed. This not only enhances the visual appeal of a structure but also provides excellent insulation properties.

Is Loglap better than Shiplap?

Loglap and shiplap cladding both offer unique advantages, depending on the project’s requirements. Loglap tends to have a more rounded, log-like appearance, giving a more rustic and robust feel, whereas shiplap provides a smoother, more uniform look. The choice between the two ultimately depends on the aesthetic and functional needs of your project.