Our SertiWOOD Charred Ebony cladding was featured on an episode of Grand Designs which first aired on the 21st of September 2022. Our cladding was used on the top level of a new build for a family home, the couple were determined to create a home that reflected both their backgrounds, opting for a design featuring flint stonework and charred larch cladding, combined with white render and large expanses of glazing.
The cladding was used to cover the entire top level of the house and the surrounding support beams, creating a beautiful contrast from the white render and the flint stonework. The extensive use of timber, indoors and out, evokes the agricultural landscapes of both Davi’s and Matt’s childhoods.
SertiWOOD Charred Ebony Cladding
The timber featured in this episode is our Charred Ebony Larch cladding in the UTS Tongue and Groove Shadow Gap profile which can be found via the link below –
As a leading importer and distributor of Austrian Larch. We supply the finest range of Charred Austrian Larch Cladding manufactured from slow grown larch which is naturally durable wood consisting of the heartwood part of the wood. We offer both standard and bespoke profiles. Our cladding is supplied for both protection and to enhance the look of both the interiors and exteriors of homes, public spaces and garden buildings.
Prices are per square meter. Minimum order for specials is 30m2
If you’d like to order a sample of our Charred Ebony cladding please click the link below –
SertiWOOD® Charred Ebony Shadow Gap UTS Sample
Siberian Larch Ebony Charred and Oiled Tongue and Groove Shadow Gap profile 21x145mm. This can be used to clad horizontally and vertically.
The samples sent out to you in the post will only be one piece, images are of 2 pieces to see the fitting of the product.
See the design using the Ebony Charred Cladding on the exterior of the top level.