Product Description

The one piece corner trim provides a neat water tight finish to corners, windows and doors.
This product is machined out of a piece of timber and can be used on external corners only.
Supplied in long lengths of approx. 4.0m.
Corners can be fitted over cladding giving a strong chunky look or for a flush finish the corners can be fitted first and the cladding butted up to the moulding.

Siberian Larch Corner Trim (SP10)

£21.00 each (ex. VAT)


We can deliver anywhere in the UK.

Mainland England and Wales – standard delivery charge £79.00.

For Scotland, Ireland (Northern and Republic) and outlying areas of the UK we will need to quote for delivery. Please call 01646 682738 or read our shipping information for more details.

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Product Details

£21.00 each (ex. VAT)

Total Price

(ex. VAT)

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Siberian Larch (Larix Sibirica) is taken from well managed old growth forests in western Russia.

The cold climate in which these trees grow produces a heavy wood with close growth rings weighing from 590kg/M3 to 690kg/M3 when dried

Due to its natural rot resistance and dense, tough structure this species is used externally for cladding, fencing, railway sleepers and pit props.

Larch has an interesting grain pattern with tones of warm yellow to light brown and if left to age naturally will turn a silver grey colour much prized by designers.

Due to its qualities of toughness and durability it is known as the tree of eternity and is strong enough for use as the track surface in velodromes worldwide.

Cladding Profile Information

SP10 - Corner Trim

Made in a single piece. Suitable for internal or external corners

Profile Dimensions
  • Depth: 7mm
  • Width: 42mm
  • Face Cover: mm

Larch Technical Specification

Latin name
Larix sibirica
Country of origin
Russia - Siberia
Consistent colour; creamy yellow brown. Slowly grown with tight straight grain. Distinct grain pattern. Fine texture. Live inter-grown knots similar to those in pine.
Durability Classification
Durable – In Use Class 3 (Cladding) service life 50-100 years. The timber contains natural fungicide – arabinoglactan.
High. 660 – 750 kg/m3 At 18% moisture content.
Dimensional stability
FSC Certified
High. 1,100 lb/in2 on Janka Scale (Redwood is 480 lb/in2)
Accepts application of stains and paints.
Working properties
Can be sawn and planed with standard woodworking equipment. Pre-drilling recommended.
Austenitic stainless steel fixings are recommended.
End uses
A strong, durable, hard wearing timber used mainly for cladding, rain screens, flooring and decking.