See how Garden2Office have transformed the Cedar cladding on their 10+ year-old demo office, creating an on-trend black clad look.
See how our Cedar cladding has weathered in just one year. The Osmo UV-oil has helped protect the colour while the exposed boards have turned silver.
Left unprotected, Cedar cladding will weather to a silver grey colour, losing its ‘new look’. We have been watching our Cedar to see how quickly this happens compared with UV-oil protected cladding.
If you want to maintain the ‘new’ look of you Cedar cladding, you need to decide quickly as exposure to sunlight will start to change its colour. We were surprised that even a weeks exposure to strong sunlight can cause a change in colour.
It’s always interesting for us to see pictures of garden rooms we featured a few years ago, to see how they have aged and nestled into their garden surroundings.
Our friends over at Millworks who supply timber cladding to several garden room suppliers have been telling us about a new product they are using to create consistent cladding weathering.
Timber cladding is by far the most popular finish for the exterior of a garden room. Timber claddings such as Western Red Cedar and Siberian Larch are popular finishes
Swift Garden Rooms tell why they choose to use Western Red Cedar on their garden rooms.
Western red cedar cladding is a popular option on contemporary garden room buildings, but it is a material that if left unprotected will change colour as it ages creating a quite a different look.
Western Red Cedar cladding is a popular finish on many garden offices, particularly contemporary garden offices where cedars clear grain and subtle colouring enhance the contemporary feel. Although Western Red Cedar can be sourced from forests in the UK, the bulk of Western Red Cedar used in garden office construction is grown along the pacific […]