NATURALLY SUSTAINABLE SPECIES
PLAY WITH NATURALNESS ON ALL OUR RANGE
NORSILK offers a range of 4 claddings made from naturally durable species traditionally used for this type of application. From the must-see red cedar to the resistant Douglas fir, not to mention larch and northern fir, you can enjoy a wide choice and a rigorous selection.
The NORSILK +:
Traceability of wood
Profiles in accordance with the CE standard
Wide range of profiles to choose from
THE LARCH CLADDING
SOLID AND WEATHER-RESISTANT IN NATURE
Larch is a clearly veined wood with a pinkish colour, straight grain and medium grain. The Norsilk Larch cladding comes from Russia and the Baltic countries. This wood can crack slightly depending on the climatic variations to which it will be subjected. Available in clear-sighted or interlocking profiles, this naturally durable species finds its place in modern or traditional creations.
RED CEDAR CLADDING
It is a naturally sustainable species in North America. It does not require additional treatment (natural class 3). This wood is heterogeneous in colour, ranging from red to rosé and dark brown. Under the action of UV rays, this wood will not turn grey but darken. If you still wish to apply a finish to it, note that red cedar is not compatible with all finishes.
NORTHERN FIR CLADDING
Northern Fir is a naturally white and uniform coloured wood. The long fibres of this slow-growing resinous wood give this material, both light and resistant, highly appreciated mechanical qualities. the high quality raw material allows to play with the structure of the wood to obtain a great diversity of products. For outdoor use, this species requires the application of a preservative and finishing product.
Douglas claddings have a red appearance, clearly veined with straight wires, our claddings come from Europe. The Douglas has excellent mechanical properties and high dimensional stability. It is naturally resistant to fungi and insects when purged of sapwood.