From indoor feature walls to large-scale exteriors - timber wall cladding can help bring your vision to life.
At Mortlock Timber, we understand that no two projects are the same. We are committed to supporting you in bringing your vision to life, however unique the project may be. Our premier indoor and outdoor timber cladding is versatile and can be adapted to fit your specific requirements.
Exterior Timber Wall Cladding
Timber cladding used on an external wall as a feature brings warmth and life to any architectural design. The Trendplank Tongue & Groove Cladding system makes it easy to create an architectural timber cladding feature because of its concealed fix profile, range of proprietary trims, timber board size and timber species options. Trendplank can be used as a horizontal or external vertical timber cladding. Trendplank is available in bush fire resistant timbers like jarrah and spotted gum with ratings from BAL 12.5 up to BAL 29.
Interior Timber Wall Cladding
The Trendplank Tongue & Groove Cladding system can also be used as interior timber cladding to add warmth to any indoor space. It is available in a range of timber finishes from natural oils, interior matt and gloss finishes as well as a fire protective coating for projects with group 1 fire rating. The range of size options available mean you can create a timber batten clad wall by mixing and matching sizes to suit your exact requirements.
Charred Timber Wall Cladding
Shou Sugi Ban charred timber cladding brings an elegant, timeless aesthetic to any project. Also known as Yakisugi or Japanese burnt timber cladding, Shou Sugi Ban is a traditional Japanese method of charring timber with fire. This offers a textured black burnt look timber wall cladding both internally and externally. Mortlock Timber is a charred timber cladding specialist and manufactures this in house. The manufacturing process Mortlock Timber uses provides a premium handcrafted finish.
Vacoa is a sustainable Nordic knotty pine material produced in Europe. Modified by a thermal heat and steam process, the thermal process is non-toxic which greatly increases the stability of the timber for use in all applications both internally and externally.
This high performing timber couples well with the quality finish of a Danish oil, which offers a range of stain options for the perfect natural and sustainable façade and lining product. Vacoa Timber is great at maintaining its shape, even when exposed to the harsh Australian environment.
Which timber cladding product is right for your project?
Our timber cladding products also bring a range of functional benefits to any project. From a range of profiles to allow for unique customisation for fire rating & weather-proofing, our timber cladding is suited to a broad range of applications.
Latest Timber Cladding Projects
Timber cladding has been a core building product throughout history, but it’s never looked so good. With a surge in renewable, sustaining building materials and the obvious benefits of using sustainably sourced timber, paired with how good it looks, it’s no surprise usage of modern timber cladding is constantly increasing. Here at Mortlock, our timber cladding is not only highly functional and sustainable but really celebrates timber’s natural beauty and textures, to enhance your entire design.
Class 1 and 2 hardwoods are the best options for timber wall cladding externally, read more.
For internal applications Mortlock timber offers a range of timber options, for external timber feature walls Mortlock Timber recommends choosing a class 1 or class 2 timber. To see finishes and available timbers download our timber selection guide.
Some timber cladding types can last up to 50 years sometimes longer when maintained properly. It also depends on the timber type you choose; Mortlock Timber can recommend the correct options based on your application. Read more.
As a guide the cost for the timber cladding ranges from $110 p/m2 up to $300 p/m2, installation depends on the scope, for example an installer might need to build out the wall structure or batten out the façade, this adds cost. To install timber cladding only it could cost around $60 – $90 per/m2 depending on the complexity of the project.
Natural timber cladding requires maintenance. Maintenance depends on the level of exposure to the weather however as a guide timber would need recoating with an oil every 18 months – 2 years to maintain the natural colour of the timber. Lower maintenance options are available like weathered timber or charred timber.
COMMITTED TO QUALITY
Choose Mortlock Timber as your timber cladding suppliers and you choose sustainable products of first class quality and excellent durability. From start to finish of our design and manufacturing processes, we insist on quality so that we can bring you the highest standard products on time every time. Whether you are creating a striking timber cladding feature wall or a timeless external timber cladding design, our products are created to last and will keep adding value for years to come.
Timber is an excellent material for its durability, low embodied energy and insulating properties, making it a more sustainable choice. In our material sourcing and manufacturing processes, sustainability and minimal impact on the environment are core values. Our premier timber products are only ever sourced from sustainably managed forests which comply with the national and federal laws of the country of origin. Over decades we have perfected our timber cladding designs to be durable and long-lasting so that they require low maintenance and energy to preserve their integrity.
Timber Cladding Pricing
For in-depth information about the range of products we offer, please fill out the form below to download our Pricing. Inside you will find illustrations, specifications, portfolio photo examples and a hardwood timber price guide to assist with budgeting. Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us directly.