TimberTech Cladding

For exterior cladding on high-end, luxury buildings, there are two non-negotiables: beauty and functionality. TimberTech Advanced PVC Cladding delivers on both

TimberTech Cladding

For exterior cladding on high-end, luxury buildings, there are two non-negotiables: beauty and functionality. TimberTech Advanced PVC Cladding delivers on both

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Premier rainscreen solutions

Innovative architecture demands innovative solutions, especially when it comes to weatherproofing. In both closed- and open-joint applications, TimberTech cladding is a superior choice, providing unsurpassed protection against the elements. 

Cladding options that are beautiful and functional

Open Joint Cladding

With gaps between boards, our open-joint rainscreen system adds depth and texture to your walls. By allowing air and water to flow freely, it promotes moisture protection and ventilation.

Closed Joint Cladding

With interlocking tongue-and-groove boards, our closed-joint cladding provides optimum water-impact protection, an authentically beautiful wood look, and superior fade resistance.

Vertical Cladding

An on-trend, contemporary design choice, vertical cladding is elegant, it adds an impression of height, and its grooves follow the direction of rainfall, making it optimal for drainage.

Color and Width options

With our unmatched selection of authentic wood colors, woodgrain finishes, and board widths, your design possibilities are virtually limitless – in both horizontal and vertical applications.

Need inspiration for your next project? Simply apply the cladding filter to uncover a wide array of designs and applications.

Unrivaled aesthetics for every project type

Architect Spotlight

Robert Ervin

Plans for a new amphitheater in Bangor, Maine, required the application of two seemingly opposed features: aesthetic elegance and resistance to extreme weather. Understanding the difficulty of maintaining hardwood cladding in Maine’s highly variable climate, architect Rob Ervin and his client opted for TimberTech Advanced PVC Cladding. This choice not only elevated the building’s aesthetics, it provided a sustainable solution, better acoustics, and unmatched durability, thus ensuring the venue’s enduring charm and longevity.

Robert Ervin portrait

Technology and Application

TimberTech cladding, with its fully capped design, is highly resistant to water inside and out. This eliminates concerns about water exposure behind the boards, while ensuring minimal long-term maintenance.

Diagram of cladding application on a home. Portions of the diagram called out, from top to bottom: House Framing, Weather-Resistant Barrier, Furring Strip, Open-Joint Cladding, Flashing, Foundation

Ipe simply can’t measure up

Ipe fades, while TimberTech is colorfast. Ipe also needs constant maintenance, unlike TimberTech. Then there’s the fact that sourcing ipe is harmful to the environment, as opposed to TimberTech, which is made from recycled materials and manufactured domestically. At every turn, TimberTech outperforms ipe.

Before and after image of a deck build, old, rotting, stained Ipe boards are shown on left, and weathered teak boards on right show no discoloration or damage after years of use.

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