TIMBER PANEL RANGE
Wellington Architectural specialises in the manufacture of ‘design–flexible’ pre-fabricated timber cladding panels.
Panels are available in a range of timbers and finish options, customised to suit your project.
Our panels feature concealed fixings which provide a seamless finish with fast installation and reduced waste.
Wellington Architectural design guide is aimed to assist architects, builders and contractors to easily and cost-effectively, customise timber cladding panels to suit your project.
TIMBER SPECIES AND COATINGS
Wellington Architectural Panels are available in a range of timber species and finishes. All panels are pre-finished prior to delivery on site.
As timber is a natural material, variations in tone, colour and grain may occur in timber panels from the same species.
Choosing the right finish involves selecting the desired look and determining the conditions the timber will be exposed to. Available finishes include; unfinished, cutek oil, paint finish and lacquer.
Maintenance of Wellington Architectural Panels varies according to the timber, coating and application.
Should internal panels require cleaning, we recommend dusting or wiping the panels down with a clean damp cloth. If the panels are subject to any moisture, please wipe them down immediately. Excess moisture can negatively impact the timber and the coating.
External maintenance will depend on the finish, location of the panel and installation. The finish may need to be reapplied. Typically, oil finishes will need to be reapplied every 12-24 months. Timing will vary depending on site conditions, aspect and client expectation.
WHY USE TIMBER?
Environmental considerations are a foundation of the design and production process at Wellington Architectural. We seek to ensure that sustainability concerns are integrated throughout our practice.
We ensure all our timber purchased is sourced from sustainably managed forests, supporting sustainable forest management in the UK and around the world.
All of our panels are manufactured in the UK. This means our panels are delivered from our workshop directly to site, minimising carbon emissions and benefiting the local economy.
Helps to remove CO2 from the atmosphere through sustainable growth
Thermal and sound insulation properties
Uses less energy to produce than any other construction material