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    Clever and creative cladding with Vulcan Zara

    A new addition to the Vulcan range, Vulcan Zara cladding is thermally modified timber that’s long-lasting, maintenance-free and easy to install. Plus it's eco friendly and non-toxic - providing a great sustainable choice.

    The thermal modification process uses heat to ‘cook’ solid timber and permanently change its properties. 

    The result is stable, durable material that resists decay and rot and provides a 30-year service life for above-ground applications like cladding and decking. Achieve warm, natural timber with limited maintenance - an ideal solution if you're looking to deliver a project that needs to tick all the boxes for sustainability, creativity and creativity.

    The Vulcan Zara profile comes in five new 'chunkier' profiles. These different shapes can be mixed and matched for an edgy asymmetrical finish or used uniformly for streamlined style. Special features like shadowlines extend design options even further.

    Lightweight and easy to work with Vulcan Zara is the cladding choice for durability and performance too. It's FSC certified and free from chemicals and has been H3 treated with protim so it's suitable for external use. Offering ultimate stability it's been kiln dried and has a patented vertical grain and is rated durability class 1 and guaranteed for 25 years against rot, fungal decay, insects and termites.

    Vulcan Zara is supplied factory pre-finished with Elements Protector Oil – a high performance plant based finish in a range of colours. Take advantage of how easy it is to work with - this cladding and decking material is lightweight (12kg/m2) and available in random and set lengths of 3.6, 4.2, 4.5 and 4.8 (subject to availability at the time of order).

    Use it in offices, reception rooms, harsh environments, coastal environments and as a feature inside and out.

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