Siberian Larch Timber is a species of tree grown in arctic conditions and under much duress, although Larch grows faster than most coniferous tree from the same area. It carries much natural resin and is especially resistant to decay.
We have over 50 years of experience in the industry, so you can trust Timbersource to supply only the highest grade planed timber, which has been ethically sourced from FSC approved sites.
Simply use the Cutting List tool to the right to select how you'd like your Siberian Larch timber machined and to what measurements, and we'll cut it to suit your specifications.
Cut to Size / Planed Siberian Larch Timber
Part of our European Softwoods range, the benefits of ordering Larch timber derive predominantly from its strength and durability – this is a wood held in high esteem by the timber trade, and is used extensively within the construction industry as a hardy cladding material. Most of the Larch which we supply is imported 100mm and wider - though dimension stock is available – and lengths vary above 2.1m. Grades range from prime unsorted (I-III) grade through to 4ths grade.
Ordering Siberian Larch Timber
The benefits of ordering Larch timber go beyond its toughness. It carries a large amount of natural resin, is extremely resistant to decay, machines well, finishes well, and dries well. It also takes glue, nails, and screws satisfactorily. The renowned strength of Larch timber is complemented by its remarkable stiffness and stability, though it does possess low shock resistance properties.
Frequently Asked Questions about Siberian Larch Timber
What can this timber be used for?
Siberian Larch is used for: Cladding, Joinery - Exterior, Flooring, Decking, Sea Defences, Sleepers, Construction, Indoor Gymnasiums, Courts and many more. Most European Larch boarding is imported 100mm and wider, although dimension stock is available, with lengths variable above 2.1m. Grades range from prime unsorted (I-III) grade through to 4ths grade.
How strong and durable is this timber?
Siberian Larch is similar to European Larch which is around 50% harder than Scots Pine.
The timber is categorised as slightly durable. The heartwood is resistant to preservative treatment and the sapwood is permeable. Siberian Larch is also notably resistant to decay and infestation.
What are its physical properties?
Siberian Larch both machines and finishes well and can be joined through glueing, nailing and drilling. Take care when working the wood at board ends.
Siberian Larch has good overall strength, is very stiff, has low shock resistance and is stable.
Click & Collect and Delivery - Timbersource usually aims to dispatch orders within 10 working days for most requirements. We will endeavour to complete your order ahead of schedule.
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**Subject to Stock availability and excludes Saturdays, Sundays, Bank Holidays and Christmas Periods.
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