Wood cladding is also extremely versatile, as it can be used to cover almost any surface in your home. You can install it in an existing room, but also on top of any existing timber floor, or on top of the walls in order to transform a space into an area that looks as though it was designed specifically for what you want.
On top of these advantages there are a number of disadvantages to consider. For instance, if you choose to use wood cladding to replace a broken window, then you will have to bear in mind that it is often more difficult to ensure that the wooden elements are not damaged during the process, or that they won’t crack or fall through.
Wooden windows are also more likely to get water damage as a result of them being exposed to water. As a result you may need to consider covering them up completely as a final solution, rather than just leaving them as is.
wood cladding has been developed so carefully, the final product will have an amazing quality of finish. The end result will be something that looks as though it was professionally installed, making it stand out above most anything else that could be used to provide finishing touches to your home.