Wood Wall Cladding

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Wood as a material in construction has been used for many years now, and it continues to be one of the few construction materials that can help build green buildings and meet the zero-carbon goals.

Nowadays, people have started showing awareness of using natural and sustainable materials, so we can not deny that wood is a more popular and preferred choice for their wooden interior decoration projects in the architects and construction industry.

Wood Cladding is a popular choice for several property owners due to various reasons.

It is economical, appealing, and very durable.

It comes with environmental credentials and insulation properties.

Available in a wide variety of densities, colors, strengths, and sizes.

It is a sustainable building material, thus helping in the zero carbon footprint goal.

Usage of wood cladding for traditional and contemporary building projects is becoming increasingly popular amongst architects and interior designers for both major commercial buildings and smaller domestic properties.

Cladding provides inspiration to the design, beauty to the structure, performance and environmental advantage.

Covers structure from extreme weather of summer and winter.

Reldorwoods stocks a wide range of high-quality wood cladding boards from the world’s leading suppliers and countries. You can choose from thermo pine wood, thermo wood and other imported & decorative woods from around the world. Our wood cladding product is sustainably sourced from our reputed suppliers to ensure we deliver quality products to our end clients. So, if you’re ready to use wood cladding for your next project, contact us today to help us deliver the solution that transforms your construction project into a beautiful and sustainable reality.

At Wood Cladding we specialize in the production of 3d wooden wall panels. With years of experience in the production of stone wall decorations a step into wood was fairly logical to make. After browsing through the available products on the market, we noticed that most of the wood cladding was too expensive, poorly made or impossible to export. This is why we decided to start up an advanced panel production our self. While producing almost all items our self we decided to also set up a network of trustworthy suppliers that can create a consistent product against a reasonable price.

We support all our suppliers with our years of experience in assembly making sure that we always keep everything we export up to standard.

Within the variety of 3d wood panels we offer there is a clear difference in both the sophistication, with which the product was made and the type and amount of materials used. The more exclusive models contain either A grade or Reclaimed teak and some of the more affordable ones consist of good however lower grade woods.

Although we work with a variety of woods we primarily use teak. Besides our many teak panels that appear natural we also have various options for finishing.

Playing around with different wood finishes gave birth to the “boat wood” variant in our collection. With an extensive variety of finishes and paint we have managed to make the panels appear as if they were made out of recycled boats, giving the 3d panels a rustic and antique appearance..

Even though our 3d wooden wall panels do consist of wood they don’t have a negative impact on the environment. The wall panels are constructed using cut-off wood, or in other words scrap wood from various large furniture suppliers in Yogyakarta, making it a product fully produced out of factory waste.

Some of the panels are even made with scrap from reclaimed teak.

Reclaimed teak itself is already a recycled material mostly originating from the demolition of old houses. By using the parts that were not used in the furniture production process, we manage to recycle it once again, keeping the waste to a minimum. Besides the main component all the items we sell are constructed with solvent free glues/adhesives, eradicating the harm upon the environment, health of our workers and the end consumer.

Teak is probably the most widely used wood in the Indonesian wood industry. Due to its high environmental resistance, nice texture and strength it’s used in both indoor and outdoor furniture, boats, high-end flooring and much more. Teak is not indigenous to Indonesia and was brought over by Hindu monks in the 14th century, after which its usefulness was discovered by the Dutch, who had mostly depleted their oak supplies in Holland.

As a result teak was abundantly planted in Indonesia over the last centuries and is not part of the rainforest.

Till today there is still a vast industry for teak products that cover a large portion of Indonesia’s exports. The left overs of most manufacturing processes are however too small for general purpose.

The latter waste is therefore used in our wood cladding.

Teak is the most popular wood source for the cladding; mostly as waste wood is largely available, high in quality and still has a beautiful look.

We offer several different varieties, ranging from rather chaotic models to our neater and more consistent teak wood cladding. The Natural teak series is our most popular line of 3d wooden wall cladding and is produced in large quantities.

These items are fully produced in-house, under strict quality control and supervision.

Rather than to be randomly constructed the wood panels are based on a modular construction. The latter makes the items very consistent in appearance and extremely easy to customize, regarding finishes, differences in height and the use of different sizes of wood. Also its assembly on polyester netting gives the items more flexibility, making it easier to install, less fragile during transportation and allows for the panels to be thinner.

Dimensions full panel: 60×20.3cm. Dimensions covered surface: 57×20.3cm. Surface: 0.115 m2. Weight: 800 Grams. Minimum Load per 20ft container: 877 m2. Items per box: 10 pieces.

Dimensions full panel: xcm.

Dimensions covered surface: xcm. Weight: 800 Grams. Minimum Load per 20ft container: xcm m2.

Items per box: 10 pieces. Dimensions full panel: 78×20.4cm. Dimensions covered surface: 72×20.4cm. Surface: 0.147 m2. Weight: 1450 Grams. Minimum Load per 20ft container: 603 m2. Items per box: 10 pieces. Although teak not being an indigenous tree the fast rate of world-wide deforestation has sparked a quickly rising demand for recycled wood.

Usually when speaking of recycled teak the term reclaimed teak is used.

Reclaimed Teak is mostly coming from old buildings, yet also boats, old furniture and several other appliances. Due to the nature of its previous use, reclaimed teak often has less than ideal dimensions.

The latter is the reason that for this wood there is also a lot of waste available, which we once again use in our wood cladding.

Reclaimed teak always has a bit of a used/old giving it characteristics that are globally quite desired.

Also the wood, depending on how it is used, often still has old paint present.

The variety in the appearance of old teak does make it a lot more inconsistent in its look which on the other hand mainly gives it its charm. Dimensions full panel: 60x20cm.

Dimensions covered surface: 57x20cm. Surface: 0.114 m2. Weight: 750 Grams. Load per 20ft container: 902 m2. Items per box: 10 pieces. Dimensions full panel: 60×20.4cm. Dimensions covered surface: 57×20.4cm. Surface: 0.116 m2.

Weight: 750 Grams. Load per 20ft container: 902 m2. Items per box: 10 pieces. Like many of Roma Export Group’s products 3D Wood Cladding can also be supplied DIY ready.

The picture above is merely an example as we can customize the packaging according to customer needs, with the information, images and brands the customer would like to see displayed.

Also we can provide the packaging with EAN and UPC bar-codes making the products ready to go directly into the store.

In the future we will also develop display stands to truly make the wooden wall panels as store ready as they get.

Before wood is cut to planks, logs are generally separated from the outer layer of “skin”, this wood is generally not as strong as the inside of the three and inconsistent in color.

These left overs or “skins” are however, very suitable to make wall decoration, once properly treated. Overall the outer part of the teak tree gives the most natural appearance, as if the wall is literally covered by small pieces of tree.

Dimensions full panel: 62x18cm. Surface: 0.103 m2. Weight: 1000 Grams. Load per 20ft container: *. Items per box: 10 pieces. Not every house in Indonesia is made out of teak.

A lot of other woods are discarded when houses are broken down.

Teak is by far the most popular to make furniture, among many reasons due to it’s strength. In order to make wall paneling this is of less importance.

Due to it’s strength teak barely decays, while such characteristics found in many other woods can actually be very desirable.

For latter reason we also make panels out of various mixed reclaimed woods.

Dimensions full panel: 60x20cm. Dimensions covered surface: 50x20cm.

Wood: Various Hardwoods.

Weight: 1000Grams. Load per 20ft container: 660 m2. Items per box: 10 pieces. Dimensions full panel: 62x18cm. Surface: 0.103 m2.

Material: Reclaimed Java Wood. Weight: 1000 Grams. Load per 20ft container: *.

Items per box: 10 pieces. Dimensions full panel: 66×20.6cm.

Surface: 0.124 m2. Material: Reclaimed + Recycled Teak. Weight: 1000 Grams. Load per 20ft container: *.

Items per box: 10 pieces. Dimensions full panel: 46×17.6cm. Surface: 0.07 m2.

Material: Teak + Reclaimed Java Wood + Cement Tiles. Weight: 1100 Grams. Load per 20ft container: *. Items per box: 10 pieces. Dimensions full panel: 60×20.3cm. Surface: 0.115 m2.

Material: Teak + Lava Stone.

Weight: 1250 Grams. Load per 20ft container: *. Items per box: 10 pieces. Dimensions full panel: 60×20.4cm. Dimensions covered surface: 57×20.4cm.

Surface: 0.116 m2. Weight: 800 Grams. Minimum Load per 20ft container: 893 m2. Items per box: 10 pieces. Dimensions full panel: 51.75×21.7cm.

Dimensions covered surface: 46×21.7cm. Surface: 0.1 m2. Weight: 750 Grams. Minimum Load per 20ft container: 1207 m2.

Items per box: 10 pieces.

Dimensions full panel: 54×20.4cm.

Dimensions covered surface: 48×20.4cm. Surface: 0.098 m2. Weight: 750 Grams. Minimum Load per 20ft container: 905 m2. Items per box: 10 pieces. Dimensions full panel: 54×20.4cm. Dimensions covered surface: 48×20.4cm.

Surface: 0.098 m2. Weight: 1050 Grams. Minimum Load per 20ft container: 603 m2. Items per box: 10 pieces. Dimensions full panel: 30.6×27.2cm.

Surface: 0.074 m2.

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Fire protection is a requirement under UK Building Regulations and must be taken into consideration when using wood cladding. Wood cladding can be protected from fire by the application of flame retardant chemicals. These can be applied by an impregnation process, similar to preservative treatment. Timber Focus supplies both internal and external fire retardant timber cladding treatments with coatings or paints. For external use, a leach-resistant type must be used. For more information visit the Wood Protection Association (www.wood- protection.org). When specified it is important to ensure that your exterior wood cladding has the correct fire retardant treatment.

Maintenance and durability

Finally, consider what decorative finish is required:

• Think about the final visual appearance you want when choosing preservative treatment

• The correct timber preservative and finishing will enhance the service life of the cladding and keep maintenance to a low, practical level

• In areas of low pollution, ultraviolet light will turn unfinished boards silvery grey. This will not affect their strength or durability, and in many instances is a desired aesthetic effect. Oak is susceptible to ‘surface checking’, as its moisture content varies, but again, with no effect on its durability.


• Timbers that are classified ‘moderate to durable’ or better can be used without being preservative treated, but must contain no sapwood


If a coloured finish is required, good quality microporous exterior stain or paint systems should be used. Consider using pre-finished timber cladding as this comes with a warranty and is applied on a factory controlled environment ensuring a better painted cladding finish.


• Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for care and maintenance products to ensure good coverage and service life.

Further information and advice

Please ask us for advice on cladding materials, battens and structural timber.

A TRADA book on External wood cladding is a good source of information

Please download our technical external wood cladding installation guide