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Wall Cladding | Exterior Wall Cladding - Specialized

The Caviteclad wall cladding system incorporates a BRANZ (Building Research Association of New Zealand) tested and appraised primary and secondary means of weather defence against water penetration by separating the cladding from the external wall framing with a nominal 20mm drained cavity. This not only ensures the building complies with the latest requirements of the New Zealand …【Get Price】

Nu-Wall - Cladding for a Grand Design

Cladding for a Grand Design. Nu-Wall complements and protects this special character home with its recycled aluminium content enhancing the collected elements from around New Zealand. read more . A unique seafront space ‘Arruba’ by Bossley Architects is a bespoke structure that uses Nu-Wall’s Mono profile in bright red to add character. read more . Sustainable urban living. Nu-Wall's ... What is the most cost effective cladding in New Zealand ...archipro.co.nzCladding products from Ullrich Aluminiumwww.ullrich-aluminium.co.nzStria™ Cladding | James Hardiewww.jameshardie.co.nzEurocladeuroclad.co.nz【Get Price】

Wall cladding panelling and sheets – Selector

Nu-Wall Aluminium Cladding (1) New Zealand Wood Products (1) Metro GlassTech (1) Jenkin Timber (1) Jacobsen (1) Gallery 4 - innovations in tiles and bathrooms (1) Frosted Glass by Design (1) Designtree Ltd (1) Designer Felt (1) Craftstone New Zealand Ltd (1) Cover Up Dynamics (1) Climate Surfaces (1) Australian Glass Assemblies (1)【Get Price】

NZ House Wall Cladding Types!! | JP Property

13.03.2016 This is the traditional cladding material for New Zealand homes. Weatherboards are usually shaped planks fixed horizontally and lapped over each other. Rainwater drains down the outside and can only get inside if it is forced upwards between the boards. it then runds down the backs of the weatherboards exiting the wall at the bottom. Weatherboards can be vertical as well. Below is the …【Get Price】

Wall cladding original details | BRANZ Renovate

Shingles were occasionally used for whole house cladding in New Zealand but in bungalows they were mostly used as a decorative feature particularly to gables and below the sills of bay and bow windows. They were easily fixed to the curves created by the bell-casting commonly found in both locations (Figure 7). Native timbers used for shingles included kawaka kahikatea and sometimes totara ... 【Get Price】