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Howarth Timber & Building Supplies launches expanded cladding solutions collection

Howarth Timber & Building Supplies has launched its expanded cladding solutions collection.

A new brochure available to download through the company’s website showcases its range of ArborClad specialist traditional and thermally treated external cladding products and aims to help customers to understand the advantages of timber cladding.

ArborClad specialises in creating traditional and bespoke timber cladding solutions to exacting specifications and computer controlled cutting machines allow precision profiling in manufacture.

Howarth Timber’s cladding collection includes traditional cladding such as larch, cedar and redwood; thermally modified timber cladding such as clear pine, frake and knotty pine; and bespoke options such as end matched profiles and metal effect finishes.

As well as setting out the product options, the new brochure offers installation guidelines and information on ensuring projects meet UK Building Regulations – in particular fire safety, with a guide to flame retardant treatment processes.

“Timber cladding is versatile, sustainable and can help transform an everyday project into a breathtaking design statement, so its popularity looks set to continue,” said Howarth Timber’s cladding specialist, Phil Barman.

“Our new brochure is designed to gather together a wide range of timber cladding options, with complementary products such as decking, and advice on how to ensure that cladding is correctly installed and maintained. It brings together our extensive product collection and expertise in one place and I am sure that our customers will find it to be invaluable in selecting the correct cladding option for their project.”

Main picture: Richmond Witney Retirement Village, with the installation of ArborClad Clear Pine cladding.

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