Howarth Timber & Building Supplies has unveiled its bigger cladding solutions collection, along with a brochure designed to help people understand the vast benefits of timber cladding.
The brochure, which can be downloaded via Howarth Timber’s website (found in the top line), outlines its range of ArborClad specialist traditional and thermally treated external cladding products.
ArborClad’s area of expertise is in creating traditional and bespoke timber cladding solutions to exacting specifications.
This is ensured by computer controlled cutting machines which allow for precision profiling in manufacture, guaranteeing a supremely bespoke service.
Howarth Timber’s cladding collection provides specifiers with a thorough solution, which includes traditional cladding such as larch, cedar and redwood.
Also featuring is thermally modified timber cladding such as clear pine, frake and knotty pine.
The new brochure also contains installation guidelines and information on how to make sure projects meet UK Building Regulations – with a strong focus on fire safety; a guide to flame retardant treatment processes included.
Howarth Timber’s cladding specialist, Phil Barman, talked about the benefits of timber cladding, saying it is ‘versatile, sustainable and can help transform an everyday project into a breathtaking design statement.’
He commented on the new brochure, which brings together an extensive 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,” he said.
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