Improving the Look Of A Building With External Timber Cladding
The outer wooden cover is a rough wooden board used in outside buildings such as barns and warehouses. Now wood panels have been repaired and redesigned as a good material for the exterior cladding of residential and commercial buildings.
Covering the outer walls of new or existing buildings with wooden cladding in central coast and nearby areas is environment friendly and gives an attractive solution.
A wooden cladding consists of wooden boards attached to a double-walled structure on the outside. You have an inner wall with space filled with insulation, waterproof membrane, and ventilation cavity, then an outer wall made of wood veneers.
Thin boards are attached to the inner walls to support the wooden lining. The wooden cover is attached to the boards with nails or screws. These are mounted vertically, horizontally, or diagonally through the tongue and channels or ship connections or sometimes open connections or overlapping connections such as siding.
Outer and inner wall construction with a hollow in between and good ventilation make the building attractive and with improved thermal properties. It's like putting a second skin on a building.
There are various types of wood used to cover wood, depending on the type the customer wants. There are many interesting ways to choose wood for this solution. Woodworks with acoustic wall panels in many buildings.