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Weatherboarding

Traditional weatherboarding is of the tapered featheredge variety, which was developed in the 17th century. Shiplap should always be avoided in historic locations as it is a modern form of weatherboard. A number of other forms of historic weatherboard detail are also found and such detailing should always be retained or followed.


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Companies supplying goods or services for Weatherboarding
Whippletree
Milestone Farm, Barley Road, Flint Cross, Nr Royston, Hertfordshire SG8 7QD
Tel 01763 208 966
Email: sales@whippletree.co.uk
Website: www.whippletree.co.uk
Whippletree, founded in 1989, is a specialist supplier of English Oak, with over 75,000 cu. feet of quality timber in stock. They specialise in the supply of English Oak for the repair of historic buildings and prestigious new build projects including green oak and air dried structural timbers, air and kiln dried joinery quality oak, new wide oak floor boarding in solid or engineered boards, laths in Oak, Larch and Sweet Chestnut and featheredge cladding in Oak, Elm and Larch as well as specialist joinery.
Carpenter Oak & Woodland Co Ltd, Thickwood Lane, Colerne, Chippenham Wiltshire SN14 8BE Telephone 01225 743089 Fax 01225 744100 Website: www.carpenteroakandwoodland.com
English Woodlands Timber, Telephone 01730 816941 Website: www.englishwoodlandstimber.co.uk