What is 16mm Shiplap Cladding?
16mm T&G (tongue and groove) shiplap cladding is a type of exterior cladding commonly used in the construction of sheds, garages, and other outdoor buildings. It is made from timber boards that interlock using a tongue and groove system, creating a weather-resistant and attractive finish.
The “16mm” in the name refers to the thickness of the boards used in the cladding. The tongue and groove design of the boards creates a tight, secure fit that helps to prevent water penetration and weather damage. The cladding is typically installed with the boards running vertically, creating a traditional, rustic appearance.
T&G shiplap cladding is often treated with preservatives to protect it from rot, fungal growth, and insect infestations. This helps to ensure the durability and longevity of the cladding, even in harsh weather conditions.
Overall, 16mm T&G shiplap cladding is a popular and practical choice for outdoor buildings due to its weather-resistant properties, attractive appearance, and durability.
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