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Cladding & Profiles

Cladding & Profiles

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CLADDING & PROFILES

Product
Size
QTY
170 x 16 x 6MM
175 x 25 x 6MM
200 x 25 x 6MM
77 x 19
122 x 19
128 x 19
152 x 19
178 x 19
128 x 19
152 x 19
178 x 19
77 x 19
128 x 21
146 x 21
178 x 21
86MM x 12MM x 5.4M
102MM x 12MM x 5.4M
133MM x 12MM x 5.4M
102MM x 19MM x 3.0M
102MM x 19MM x 3.3M
102MM x 19MM x 3.6M
102MM x 19MM x 5.4M
133MM x 19MM x 5.4M
133MM x 19MM x RANDOM
140MM x 19MM x RANDOM
133MM x 12MM x 4.8M

OTHER PROFILES & SPECIES AVAILABLE TO ORDER UPON REQUEST

CLADDING & PROFILES

Product
Size
QTY
5000PCS
500PCS
30M
60M

TOOLS

Product
Size
QTY
1 KIT

JOB SITE STORAGE & HANDLING

Timber cladding, weatherboard & chamferboard must always be suitably protected from weather damage prior to installation.

Store packs well clear of the ground on level supporters spaced no more than 600mm apart. Protect from the sun, rain & extreme heat, preferably by storing in an under cover area with free flow of air to avoid excessive heat build up.

Ensure that any protective coverings used do not trap condensation, & any outdoor storage areas should be in an area that has no possibility of pooling water under the covers, that could result in the board taking up moisture.

Inadequate cover can result in:

  • Water marking & stains, which may not be hidden by clear stains & finishes.
  • Moisture absorption, which can result in bowing, sagging & movement problems at a later stage.
  • Excessive heat build-up, which can cause distortion.  

Pine cladding is also relatively soft & requires care in handling to prevent damage. You should carry individual boards on their edge.

MAINTENANCE

The long term performance of cladding is dependent on regular & effective maintenance. The frequency of maintenance will depend on if there was a treatment process used, the sort of treatment process, type of finish & the degree of exposure to the weather. For clear & stain finishes, recoating will be required after a period of approximately one to five years, whereas, a painted finish will require recoating after five to ten years.

The recoating & any further preparations are to be carried out in accordance with the finish manufacturer’s specifications. Before recoating, the cladding should be cleaned & the joints resealed where required.

 

 

 

LOCALLY GROWN & PRODUCED TREATED PINE CHAMFERBOARD

Are you an advocate for supporting home grown produce instead of purchasing imported alternatives?

Our H3 LOSP Treated & Primed Finger Jointed Hoop Pine Chamfer Boards are produced locally with pine sourced from sustainably managed forest plantations in Queensland.

Treated hoop pine has been relied on for generations to provide dependable protection against termites & decay. It's not only treated hoop pines ability to extend the life of your structure, but people's preference for a timber look, that has made treated pine the most commonly used timber product on the Australian market.

Prior to priming these Finger Jointed Hoop Pine Chamfer Boards have been impregnated with a H3 class LOSP preservation treatment. This application increases the pine boards durability for outside, above ground (exposed to weather) projects & is designed to prevent the onset of rot as well as protect your structure from insect attacks.

Their effective long lasting protection & ease of use make these Treated & Primed Finger Jointed Hoop Pine Chamferboards the perfect choice for your next outdoor project, whether it be cladding a house, pergola, verandah or even a swish new dog house for man's best friend.

H3 LOSP Treated & Primed Finger Jointed Hoop Pine Chamferboard Sizes:

77 x 19
128 x 21
146 x 21
178 x 21

Grab More Detailed Information Below:

Product Brochure 

Treated Pine Cladding Technical Data Sheet 

Recommendations For The Use Of H3 LOSP Treated Pine 

Recommendations For The Use Of Treated Pine Outdoors 

Outdoor Timber Performance 

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