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  • WIS 1-49 Cladding for timber frame buildings

  • TRADA Technology Ltd
  • August 2018
  • WIS 1-49
  • Wood Information Sheet, PDF
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The main functions of cladding on a timber frame building are to provide weather resistance and create the external appearance required by the client.

Materials for cladding can be subdivided into two main categories: those which are self-supporting (built from their own foundation and tied back to the timber frame structure) and those which are fully supported by the timber structure.

This Wood Information Sheet (WIS) describes the main types of cladding for use on timber frame buildings and outlines the broad requirements of building regulations to assist in the correct specification and installation of external cladding on timber frame structures.
The main functions of cladding on a timber frame building are to provide weather resistance and create the external appearance required by the client. Materials for cladding can be subdivided into two main categories: those which are self-supporting (built from their own foundation and tied back to the timber frame structure) and those which are fully supported by the timber structure. This Wood Information Sheet (WIS) describes ...
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Contents:

•Design requirements:
•Cavity barriers
•Differential movement
•Balconies
•Wall ties
•Lintels
•Cavity trays
•Cavity insulation

•Self-supporting cladding
•Brick and block (Variations when using BS 5268)
•Render on self-supporting blockwork

•Non self-supporting cladding
•Battens to support cladding on timber frame
•Junctions with self-supporting cladding
•Render not on self-supporting blockwork
•Tile or slate cladding
•Metal sheet cladding
•Brick slips
•Timber cladding
•Shingles
•Durability
•Other types
Contents: •Design requirements: •Cavity barriers •Differential movement •Balconies •Wall ties •Lintels •Cavity trays •Cavity insulation •Self-supporting cladding •Brick and block (Variations when using BS 5268) •Render on self-supporting blockwork •Non self-supporting cladding •Battens to support cladding on timber frame •Junctions with self-supporting cladding •Render ...
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