Weatherboard cladding, also known as feather edge cladding, is a timber profile that connects two boards via an overlap rather than the traditional tongue and groove connection.
The Weatherboard cladding profile is available in timber material, Siberian Larch, as a Channel or V-Joint profile. Visually, the Weatherboard Channel and Standard Channel, look identical, as does the Weatherboard V-Joint and standard Tongue and Groove.
The weatherboard profile has been designed to provide more stability for the larger sized boards such as 146mm.
The Weatherboard V-Joint can be orientated horizontally or vertically to accentuate either the width or height of the façade.
A bevel at both edges of the face creates a subtle V-shaped shadow line effect along the joint. With its clean lines and flat profile, this V-Joint profile makes an excellent choice when a contemporary appearance is desired.