Weatherboards from Australian Architectural Hardwoods can be profiled to individual specific requirements.

There are two categories of weatherboards:

1. Vertical cladding - usually a tongue and groove profile giving a flush finish. A shadow-line at the joint is often installed to provide relief and texture.

2. Horizontal cladding - often a shiplap profile with a 5mm (or larger) shadow-line providing a flush finish. A rusticated profile is provided which has a width limited to approximately 150mm cover using 19mm thick material

Internal lining boards are normally milled at 12mm thickness but can also be cut to individual specifications.

There is an extensive range of profiles to choose from including the classic tongue and groove "V" profile through to the more modern square edge tongue and groove design.

For available colours and a description of our extensive range of recycled timber, contact Australian Architectural Hardwoods.