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Boards for the facade
Boards for the facade

Board: 20 x 146 x 4000 mm

Boards for the facade
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Siberian larch facade - what are its special features?

Siberian larch is a popular choice for facades due to its durability, natural beauty and resistance to harsh weather conditions.


Siberian larch is known for its durability even in extreme climates. It has a high density and contains natural resins that make it resistant to rotting and insect damage. Due to its durability, it is very suitable for use as an exterior cladding material, where it can withstand exposure to rain, snow, UV rays and temperature fluctuations.


Siberian larch has a distinctive appearance characterized by a warm, golden-brown color and distinct grain patterns. Over time, as it is exposed to the elements, Siberian larch develops a silvery gray hue that adds to its natural beauty. The wood can be left untreated for a more rustic look, or treated with oils or stains to enhance its color and protect it from the elements.


Siberian larch is a sustainable choice for building facades. It is a fast-growing species that is harvested in responsibly managed forests in Siberia. In addition, its natural resistance to rot means it often requires less chemical treatment than other types of wood, making it an environmentally friendly option.


Siberian larch can be used in various forms of facades, including horizontal and vertical cladding, panels. Its versatility allows architects and designers to create a wide range of aesthetic styles, from traditional to modern, while still benefiting from the durability and natural appeal of wood.