Our European redwood is green pressure treated for longevity, while creating a subtle finish which allows the natural grain of the wood to show


Premier Claddings’ European redwood is green pressure treated to give a subtle finish while allowing the natural, medium density grain of the wood to show.

As a timber species, European redwood is a good quality, slow-grown timber which makes it very dense and therefore stable.  Its low moisture content and open cell structure makes the species ideal for protecting against decay and insect attack with pressure treatment which is easily absorbed.

Always seek advice about treatment and after-care to preserve the aesthetics and style you want for your cladding in the longer-term.

  • Beautifully machined European redwood cladding is available in a range of profiles, machined in-house for quality control
  • Slow grown, making it dense & stable
  • Green pressure treated or tanalised to give further protection against decay and weathering
  • Expected service life is 30 years out of ground contact
  • Sustainably sourced
  • Available in shiplap (shown in main photo), shadow-gap, T&G V-joint (matchboard), featheredge and screen profiles as standard
  • Our in-house machining facility can produce a specific, bespoke profile to meet your individual project requirements
  • Fire treatment to European Class B available
  • Factory applied coatings available, for example paints and stains


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