Exterior sidings

Wide range of exterior cladding

Whether shelter boards, cover strips or cladding, whether untreated or colour-glazed, our wide range caters for most wishes and needs. And if we do not have what you are looking for, together we will come up with an individual solution.

  

Shelter boards (PDF)

Shelter boards pine/spruce (CH), northern spruce and larch
Air-dried, knotty, clipped, diverse qualities and dimensions

Cover strips (PDF)

Cover strips spruce (CH), larch
Air-dried, knotty, rear side grooved, clipped, diverse qualities and dimensions

Weatherboarding (PDF)

Weatherboarding spruce (CH), larch
Air-driedor techn. dried (KD), diverse qualities and dimensions

Roof and wall cladding (PDF)

Visible groove panelling spruce (CH)
Techn. dried (KD), tongue and groove, clipped, diverse qualities and dimensions

Chamfer panelling spruce (CH)

Techn. dried (KD), tongue and groove, planed, chamfered, clipped

Acoustic panelling/blind cladding (PDF)

Acoustic panelling spruce (CH)
Technically dried (KD), planed, visible side slightly chamfered, clipped

 

Blind cladding spruce/pine (CH)

Air-dried, made from side cuts, tongue and v-groove, machine produced, planed, clipped

Rhomboid cladding (PDF)

Rhomboid cladding spruce (CH), larch
Techn. dried (KD), narrow sides bevelled, bandsaw cut or planed, longitudinal sides rounded on the visible side, clipped

Surface treatments (PDF)

Colour finishes like glazes and varnishes are possible in all RAL and NCS shades.

We recommend the following treatment of external cladding.

1 × colourless prime (in the factory)

1 × colour glaze (in the factory)

1 × colour glaze (at the construction site or in the factory)

 

The advantages of a third coat at the construction site:

  •  Cleanly treated cut edges and ends
  •  Any damage caused during assembly/handling can be remedied

 

 

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