ThermoWood Cladding

Step into the future of exterior design with Thermowood Cladding – a revolutionary product that combines aesthetics with unparalleled durability. At Timberstore, we offer this innovative cladding solution that undergoes a unique high-temperature treatment process, significantly enhancing its resistance to decay and weathering. Thermowood cladding is the epitome of modern architectural style, providing a sleek, timeless look while boasting an impressive lifespan. Perfect for those who value both form and function, our thermowood options ensure your projects not only stand out but stand the test of time.

Why Choose Thermowood Cladding?

Thermowood cladding is not just another addition to your architectural projects – it’s a smart investment in durable, high-quality material. Here’s what sets our thermowood apart:

  • High-Temperature Treatment: This process enhances the wood’s durability, making it resistant to decay, moisture, and fungal growth.
  • Durable: Thermowood cladding offers exceptional longevity, requiring minimal maintenance while retaining its strength and stability over time.
  • Aesthetic Appeal: Beyond its practical benefits, thermowood cladding brings a sophisticated, natural beauty to any facade, blending seamlessly with various design aesthetics.

Thermowood FAQ

What is Thermo Wood Cladding?

Thermo wood cladding refers to timber that has been heat-treated at high temperatures, typically between 180°C to 220°C, in the absence of oxygen. This treatment process alters the chemical and physical properties of the wood, increasing its durability, stability, and resistance to decay, making it an ideal material for exterior cladding.

How long does Thermowood cladding last?

Thermowood cladding is known for its exceptional durability, with a lifespan that can easily extend beyond 30 years when properly installed and maintained. Its resistance to decay and weather elements makes it a long-lasting choice for any exterior.

Does Thermowood change colour?

Like all wood, thermowood will naturally weather and may change colour over time, usually developing a silver-grey patina when exposed to the elements. This change can be minimised with regular maintenance and the application of suitable UV-protective finishes if the original colour is to be preserved.