Wood in Marine
We stock a large range of products directed at the Marine industry
- Very durable timber
- Commonly used by major marine manufacturers in New Zealand
- Ideal for plugs for hull and deck moulds
- Ideal for cleats, etc
- Great for hidden forming work
- Cheaper than Cedar clears
- 6.3M Lengths
- Takes a marine glue well
- Commonly used
Vertical Shiplap is a cladding solution using shiplap profiles of numerous widths and thicknesses.
CodeMark: Standard Bevel Back profiles (P61 and P62) are available as part of our CertClad cladding system.
CertClad is a cladding system that is certified under DBH's CodeMark scheme to proof its weather-tightness and meets the requirements of the New Zealand Building Code!
It not only guarantees that the territorial authority will accept the system as complying with the Building Code, but also gives you peace-of-mind knowing that the system has undergone testing, investigations, and audits to prove that it will stand the test of time.
Find more Information here including CAD details and our full installation specification.
P51 : 140 x 18.5 mm Bevelled Vertical Shiplap Weatherboard
P52 : 190 x 18.5 mm Bevelled Vertical Shiplap Weatherboard
P53 : 140 x18.5 mm Bevelled Centre Grooved Vertical Shiplap Weatherboard
P54 : 190 x 18.5 mm Bevelled Centre Grooved Vertical Shiplap Weatherboard
P55 : 140 x 19 mm Square Vertical Shiplap Weatherboard
P56 : 190 x 18.5 mm Square, Vertical Shiplap Weatherboard
P58 : 140 x 18.5 mm Square Centre Grooved Vertical Shiplap Weatherboard
P59 : 190 x 18.5 mm Square Center Grooved Vertical Shiplap Weatherboard
P60 : 190 x 18.5 mm Square Double Centre Grooved Vertical Shiplap Weatherboard
Inter-Storey (Horizontal) Joins
External Corner Details
Internal 90° Corner Details
Bottom of Wall Details
Parapet/Enclosed Balustrade Details
Pipe Penetration Details
Meter Box Details
Aluminium Joinery Details
Timber Joinery Details
The full installation manual can be downloaded from our downloads page under the installation section