Timber cladding

Timber cladding

Produced exclusively from high quality softwood logs with little to no branches that would have any effect on quality of the final product. Those are used for both interior and exterior finish. Cladding complies with A/B grade quality standards – there can be no blue stains caused by fungi, no rot, no insect or mechanically caused damage.

Interior cladding – moisture content: 12-16 per cent. The surface is planed and smooth, making them particularly suitable for wall and ceiling finish.
Exterior cladding – moisture content: 16-18 per cent. The surface can be either smooth or rough. A rough surface absorbs more impregnating solution or paint, it is therefore more durable and long-lasting. However, some people prefer the smooth one.

Some of the more popular cladding profiles are listed below.

Interior cladding

ProfileWood speciesDimensions, mm
thickness × width × length
Price for A/B grade,
€/m²

(incl. VAT)
Profile RPCKarelian spruce12 × 95 × 3000/4000
19 × 120/144 × 6000
6,66
8,59
Profile RPFKarelian spruce12 × 95 × 3000/4000
19 × 120/144 × 6000
6,66
8,59

Exterior cladding

ProfileDimensions, mm
thickness × width × length
Wood speciesPrice for A/B grade,
€/m²

(incl. VAT)
Profile RPH19 × 95/120 × ≤6000
20 × 120 × ≤6000
Karelian spruce9,03
Profile RPL19 × 120/144 × ≤6000
20 × 120/144 × ≤6000
Karelian spruce9,03
Profile RPZ19 × 120/144 × 6000
20 × 120/144 × 6000
Karelian spruce9,03
Profile RPB19 × 95/120/145 × ≤6000
20 × 95/120/145 × ≤6000
Karelian spruce9,03
Profile RPS21 × 195 × ≤6000Karelian spruce10,30
Profile RPV19 × 120/144 × ≤6000
20 × 96/120/144 × ≤6000
Karelian spruce9,03
Profile RPA20 × 145 × 5000Pine9,03
Profile RPE18 × 120 × 5000Pine9,03
Profile RPW19 × 145 × 6000
20 × 145 × 6000
Karelian spruce9,03