James Latham Cladding
Accoya cladding collectionby James Latham
James Latham supplies a comprehensive range of Accoya cladding types and specifications to suit your architectural projects.
Coatings are offered to suit every aesthetic. Tests even show coated Accoya cladding maintains its appearance up to two times longer than standard wooden cladding boards, extending maintenance cycles and reducing costs.
Coatings and Finishes
Accoya cladding can be left to weather naturally and will eventually turn a grey colour over time. For more information see our technical weathering document.
If you prefer, you can choose to stain or paint Accoya to achieve the look you require. If you wish to avoid natural weathering there are many coatings options available please see below for further information on coatings and contact us if you have any questions or to enquire.
James Latham offers Accoya cladding with coatings and stains tested by leading manufacturers. These coating manufacturers include:
A low VoC, non-film coating in 12 exclusive, contemporary colours. The penetrating, matt finish allows the beauty of the grain to show through. The Accoya’s uniquely sanded and brushed surface allows the non-film based Sansin coating to penetrate beneath the surface of the timber, allowing the paint to bind to the cells preventing peeling and cracking.
Exclusive colour range
Charred and brushed Accoya
Charred Accoya cladding is a modern application of the ancient Japanese art of charring to provide a beautiful distinctive timber cladding. It is available in many dimensions and profiles to order.
New England Accoya
Light Brushed Accoya
Heavy Brushed Accoya
Coatings can be either a Translucent Wood Stain or Solid Opaque, film build or low film build. A set of standard colours are available on Accoya. Bespoke colours are also available upon request.
We have a range of profiles suited for Accoya timber cladding fully tested by BM TRADA.
To specify James Latham Accoya cladding, visit NBS Source.
Increasingly timber is being specified for cladding, horizontal and vertical louvre blades and Brise Soleil. Often when used outside, timber can deteriorate quickly, however due to Accoya being the most durable and stable of all wood species it remains looking pristine for longer over any other woods used for cladding – Larch, Western Red Cedar or Oak.
Accoya cladding projects
supplied by James Latham
Black Cladding private residence Leatherhead
Ashby retail park façades
Ashby, Leicestershire, United Kingdom
Winchester, United Kingdom
Stunning Contemporary Home
Wirral, United Kingdom, Hero Image taken in 2020 - 4 years on
Stourbridge, United Kingdom
Cladding for Coventry homeowners
Coventry, United Kingdom
Accoya cladding for Christies care home UK
Saxmundham, United Kingdom
Pipers Corner school, High Wycombe
High Wycombe, United Kingdom
Structural beams and cladding Edinburgh bungalow
Edinburgh , United Kingdom
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