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Redwood T&G Loglap Board - 100 x 25mm

Redwood T&G Loglap Board - 100 x 25mm 01071480
Ref: 01071480 £1.650ex VAT Metre (£1.980 inc VAT)
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Redwood T&G Loglap Board - 100 x 25mm

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100 x 25mm Redwood T&G Loglap Boards are commonly used to create garden buildings, sheds and summer houses when used in conjunction with carcassing timber. Produced from slow grown, Chain of Custody (COC) certified European redwood, loglap boards have a tongue and groove profile that ensures a watertight fit.

Machined in-house and kiln dried for stability, Redwood T&G Loglap Board can be painted, stained or varnished and can be supplied either untreated, or in Naturewood Brown and Green options that help protect the timber from the elements, as well as wet rot caused by ground contact. Loglap can also be painted, stained or varnished and is installed horizontally.

Note: If ordering high quantities of a certain length (e.g. 2.7 metres), it may not be possible for us to guarantee supply of that specific size and we may offer an alternative length to make up the metreage. Additionally, due to the machining process, timber cladding is smaller than the nominal sizes stated.

Exterior UseUse Horizontally


To cover 1m² you will require 12 boards.


Name: Redwood T&G Loglap Board
Size: 100 x 25mm
Finished Size: 94 x 18mm
Cover Size: 83mm
Treatment: Kiln dried
Note: Not suitable for structural use

Typical Uses

  • Shed external walls
  • Summerhouses

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