Sustainably-grown western red cedar cladding has a huge following in New Zealand. Cedar is recognised as a wood with special characteristics. The native people of British Columbia in Canada called cedar ‘the tree of life’, because it was such a versatile building material. Use of cedar for building stretches back thousands of years.
Cedar shiplap is a vertical weatherboard system that’s favoured by architects who want to enhance home designs with the natural appearance of wood.
The use of cedar bevelback weatherboards dates back to North American early-settlers’ homes of the 17th century. It is certainly a time-honoured approach to home cladding.
Taylor Superclad supplies and installs high quality cedar cladding systems in the Auckland region. We have an impeccable track record that has made us cladding partner of choice for many of Auckland’s leading group builders.