We specialise in quality timber cladding sourced and milled in Devon.
Our locally grown western red cedar (Thuja plicata) and larch (larix spp) are the best options for naturally durable timber cladding requiring no further treatment ideally suited for timber cladding in Devon. Very naturally durable weathering to a silvery grey finish perfect for external cladding. Various styles available, from wainey edge to shiplap, Vertical or horizontal boarding of any width or thickness.
Cedar Exterior Cladding
Cedar exterior cladding has great longevity especially with the right detailing. Local grown cedar cladding is as good as Larch Cladding or Siberian larch cladding from northern europe. We supply local grown larch cladding and sometimes have european larch available too. Local Dartington grown Coastal Redwood (sequioa sempervirens) is also available and makes great exterior cladding.
We can mill your order to your own specifications of thickness width and length. Sawmillsdevon.co.uk can supply cedar weatherboarding, fascias, soffits and bargeboards. Contact us with your bespoke specifications and we can give you a price.
Price depending on dimensions but approximately £10 per square metre of cover plus vat and delivery.
The cost may vary slightly depending on the specific lengths required. We have standard log lengths coming out of the forest at 2.4m, 3.6m, 5m and 6m which dictate our standard product lengths.
We can source different lengths of timber that are specifically required by our clients. As we are sustainably managing many of the Woodlands we get our timber from or know the local Woodland Managers well we can go into the forest to cut specific lengths. At Dartington Woodlands near Totnes we have good stands of mature western red cedar so we can cut longer lengths to order as required as long as we have enough lead in time.
We may well have other lengths in stock so it is important to contact us as early as you can so that we can fulfill your requirements.
Western Red Cedar (Thuya plicata) originally comes from north west America and Canada but due to its ability to propsper in our maritime climate in the united Kingdom it has been planted here over the last century. We ensure that new trees are growing on to replace the ones harvested but are also making sure we plant new stands of Western Red Cedar where we can.