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Contemporary apartments featuring Envira weatherboards.

The new and innovative Envira Weatherboard System, with its enhanced timber profiling, machining and finger jointing methods, means weatherboards are straight and strong with a defined, sharp shadow line effect. Weatherboards offer variety and versatility that complement any architectural style, modern or classic, so that weatherboard buildings sit comfortably in a new complex, subdivison or already established residential area.Three styles of weatherboards are offered in the Envira range: bevel back, rusticated or shiplap. Each weatherboard has a component system to match, which comes factory-coated with a revolutionary primer that has high-level weather and UV resistance.If your building or fence uses a combination of cladding materials, add impact through colour and texture variation with an Envira weatherboard feature. Choosing Niagara’s quality timber delivers the physical and aesthetic advantages of radiata pine.Envira timber weatherboards weigh almost one-third the weight of most man-made fibre cement alternatives, yet are still strong and flexible. Our weatherboards are a TC3-approved cladding - ideal for building in urban areas and especially when cladding multi-level structures.Builders agree: The timber weatherboards are lightweight for lifting into place while being strong and flexible for maneuverability. In addition, they don’t require specialised tools to install and Envira’s finger jointed weatherboards are six metres in length, meaning fewer joins and a superior, smooth finish that only natural timber can provide.Dunedin builder Russell Lauder said, “The finish of Envira is great, the 6.1m lengths and the weight of the product makes things a lot quicker with installation.”Please note: The contemporary apartments featured in this collection overlook Hagley Park in central Christchurch, while the town houses are located in Christchurch suburb Huntsbury and are another quality build by R.E.B Builders Ltd.

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09 Feb, 2018