Grown and milled in New Zealand, pine cladding systems are as Kiwi as you can get. Our local home construction history was built on the strength, versatility and durability of wooden weatherboards. Today’s pine products continue this heritage in a way that’s both affordable and sustainable.
The pine cladding supplied and installed by Taylor Superclad is sourced from carefully-managed New Zealand plantation radiata pine forests. Pine trees capture and retain a reservoir of carbon, stopping it entering the atmosphere.
Pine cladding provides a level of insulation, helping to keep homes cool in summer and warmer in winter.
The pine cladding products we use have been treated to H3.1 and are manufactured in accordance with NZ3617 standard. They are also coated with a machine-applied alkyd primer in a controlled factory environment.
When correctly installed, a service life of 50 years or more is expected.
This profile has been used in New Zealand residential and commercial construction for more than 100 years. When installed correctly, it’s both weathertight and durable.
Shiplap is a vertical weatherboard system that’s favoured by architects who want to give homes a sophisticated, contemporary look.
A style of cladding that reaches back to the earliest colonial homes built in New Zealand. It’s ideal for projects that call for a rustic look.