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Weatherboard systems and timber products for indoor and outdoor living spaces
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Canterbury home shows what's possible with quality weatherboards

If you want to clad your home in a material that's going to last, Envira weatherboards are the way to go

Niagara’s timber puts the ‘home’ in homestead

Nothing says ‘home’ in New Zealand like a weatherboard-clad villa, which is perhaps why the colonial look is making a resurgence in both rural and urban building.

Reducing space, not quality, with a transportable weatherboard home

Waste, costs and space - the more you can reduce in today’s world, the better! This maxim is also true in building design with ‘tiny homes’ no longer perceived of as just for eccentrics!

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Colonial-style homes with a touch of class
Historical homes with a contemporary feel
The compact, interwoven family home

This modest home makes the most of a small section, delivering a snug family space that opens up to the sun

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Exterior - Cladding

For over 75 years we’ve been providing Kiwi customers with smart building products made right here in New Zealand for our conditions.

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Innovative and robust vertical shiplap weatherboards from the Envira range

Envira’s vertical exterior weatherboards deliver a unique look to any commercial buildings or residential home of any architectural era, adapting as well to colonial builds as modern designs.

Envira Weatherboard System

Envira is a complete weatherboard system for both bevel back and rusticated styles and incorporates everything that’s needed for a tidy, watertight finish designed to last. See more

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Niagara
Weatherboard systems and timber products for indoor and outdoor living spaces
James Hardie

Whether you are planning to grow your home, revamp your exterior or complete a new build, you are sure to find your perfect match in our range of claddings. See more

Hinuera Stone

A unique natural volcanic stone quarried from the hills in Hinuera, Waikato, New Zealand See more

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