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Timbers IronAsh / IronOak

As beautiful as it is durable and guaranteed to perform – that’s IronAsh and IronOak

Treated to H3 classification, IronAsh and IronOak timber cladding can be used externally in partnership with Australian Oak or Glacial Oak to allow continuous flow of timber design from inside to out.

IronAsh and IronOak cladding is a great choice to finish the project. It can be easily cut, stained and painted on site. IronAsh and IronOak timber cladding offers an affordable timber choice that is stable, readily available and complies with AS1604 Specification for Preservative Treatment.

Available in random lengths, end matched.

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What type of profile is the IronAsh and IronOak timber cladding?

ASH’s IronAsh and IronOak cladding has a shiplap secret fix profile.

How do I install IronAsh or IronOak timber cladding?

We recommend using the industry standards as outlined by Wood Solutions here.

What BAL rating does IronAsh and IronOak have?

At 650kg m3, both Australian Oak and Glacial Oak is naturally a BAL-19 (Bush Fire Attack Level 19) rated hardwood. This means that both hardwoods (and our uniquely durable and H3 treated hardwood in IronAsh and IronOak) can be used in areas of BAL-19 or lower (12.5 and LOW).

Learn more about IronAsh’s BAL rating here.

Why use timber for cladding?

Whether you’re attracted to the aesthetic appeal of timber or the increasing demand for sustainable products, timber is becoming an increasingly popular choice for external cladding. Functional and cost effective, as well as being strong and durable but light weight, excellent to work with and install – it is easy to understand why timber cladding has grown in popularity amongst homeowners and architects alike. A visually captivating choice for both residential and commercial properties, timber cladding offers numerous benefits to your property.

Is timber cladding sustainable?

In the 21st century, sustainability is another major factor when it comes to materials for your new home. Timber for external cladding is ideal for those who are environmentally conscious. Not only is timber a 100% renewable resource, but it also has a low embodied energy/carbon factor. When combined with the right insulation, timber can also help your home to become far more energy efficient and help you maintain comfort levels within a home.

How do I design with IronAsh timber cladding?

If you’re looking for a cladding material that is both innovative and versatile in its design, then IronAsh is the ideal choice. Available in random lengths or finger joined set 5.4m lengths, timber cladding can be installed horizontally, vertically or with creative angles depending on the look you are trying to achieve. You are also able to apply a variety of stains to achieve your design requirements or you can simply take advantage of the natural blonde coloured hardwood if you prefer. This can be easily refinished depending on changes in trends or your own personal taste. Seamlessly integrate timber finishing’s throughout your entire home, and create a flow of timber from inside to the outdoors.

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