Internal Wood Cladding

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About Internal Cladding

Our solid timber cladding is moulded in our on-site sawmills and is available in a range of sizes. Harlow’s internal cladding is made from sustainable, high-quality timber. When your job requires timber-clad results, you can rely on our matchboards, bead & butt and more to provide the very best end result for your project.

Shop excellent timber cladding at excellent prices with Harlow Bros!

Internal Timber Cladding Cut To Size

We offer our internal timber cladding in a wide variety of different sizes to suit your needs. Some of the popular sizes that we offer include:

  • 12 x 100 mm
  • 16 x 100 mm
  • 16 x 125 mm
  • 19 x 125 mm
  • 25 x 125 mm

If you don't see what you need in our online shop then please get in touch to discuss your requirement in more detail. We are often able to provide bespoke measurements upon request.

Why Shop For Internal Cladding With Harlow Bros

Harlow Bros have been supplying the public and professionals alike with high-quality building materials since we opened our doors in the 1920s. We’re passionate about great customer service, exceptional products and winning prices.

When you pick us for your internal cladding needs, you’ll be sure to get an exceptional product at an affordable price point. We’re also on hand to answer any questions you have, and help you meet your project requirements.

Get the best when you shop with Harlow Bros!

Our Other Timber Building Materials

If you need other timber building materials to complete your project, we have plenty of options available. Take a look at some of our other ready-to-buy categories, including:

We also have a fantastic range of external cladding available to purchase. Finish your project today with Harlow Bros!


What is internal cladding for?

Internal wall cladding is known for adding depth to a room. It creates an aesthetically pleasing base, as well as offering thermal and sound insulating properties.

How do you fix internal cladding?

Cladding is generally fixed using nails and timber battens screwed into the wall at intervals.

How do you install internal cladding? 

To fix internal cladding you want to begin with a clean, dry surface. If you have recently plastered your wall, ensure it is fully dry before beginning. 

Take your cladding and mark the position you want it to be in, if you are installing timber battens first – ensure you have done this and that they are securely attached to the wall. Then, using high-quality nails fix your cladding to the battens.