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Air Dried Timber Cladding

When you want a smooth planed finish, an interlocking, rainscreen or moulded profile, when you want stable, seasoned timber, when you want longer lengths and a systematic installation, or when you just prefer the aesthetics. That's when you opt for air dried timber cladding over fresh sawn.

The Right Stuff: Air Dried Oak

Air dried (seasoned) timber is the right stuff for external joinery and furniture use. Kiln dried timber, unless re-acclimatised* is a risk if you make furniture or joinery products for use outside. Kilning is a process that reduces moisture to a level that makes timber appropriate and fit for use in interior spaces, centrally heated, air conditioned with low ambient moisture levels of 8-14%.

Fade To Grey: Weathered Timber Cladding

Bright, rich mustardy (or is it butterscotch-y?) yellow, still soft enough to leave a thumbprint, almost. Does that ring any bells to you? If you're a green Oak user you’ll know what we’re talking about. Green oak. Fresh sawn. Straight off the bandsaw, sodden and smelling distinctly of vinegar. But the ageing process kicks in immediately. There is no right or wrong but be assured, the silver-grey natural weathering of Oak timber cladding is not defect and not a fault. It’s a glorious prize you receive for choosing this tough, strong, durable, low maintenance, sustainable, planet friendly, environment friendly building material and letting it be to do it’s thing.

Ben’s serving up fresh goodies for The Timber Rack

It gets stacked before it gets racked and it's horizontal until it's vertical. The palleted stack that travels the circuitous route around the sheds, through workshop and ends up sitting outside The Pod is the juice. When Ben gets to sifting and sorting to get this stuff vertical he makes his pick of the best of the best and puts them online so no matter where you are, or what you're into, you can trust Ben to serve you up something d-e-licious. To get a look-see of the fresh produce you're gonna want to check here on a daily (or hourly) basis to see the Timber Rack shop fresh produce

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