An autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) lightweight panel fence system which can be easily erected and customised to create an attractive and effective solution for sound abatement, security and privacy.
For step-by-step instructions about how to install the EZ Fenz and for more information, see the document in the right hand column.
Welcome to Specialized Construction Products, New Zealand’s largest manufacturer and provider of exterior plaster cladding systems and cement based preparation compounds.
Choosing an exterior cladding solution is one of the most important decisions you need to make. From aesthetics, energy efficiency and living or working in a healthy environment, you need to select a cladding system you can trust – one you can trust for quality, and long-term performance.
At Specialized Construction Products, we understand the demands of tomorrow’s buildings, and the diverse New Zealand weather conditions our buildings face. The products we have designed and developed, including New Zealand’s first BRANZ appraised lightweight aerated concrete panel system, provide the very best and most aesthetically appealing exterior plaster cladding systems on the market today.
The following pages will help you to make an informed choice about the type of plastered cladding system that’s right for you. If you would like to discuss any of our systems in more detail, or if you need further information, please don’t hesitate to call us.
Architects, specifiers, builders and residential property owners know they can trust Specialized Construction Products, because they are tested and made in New Zealand, for New Zealand conditions.
All specialized products are designed, developed and tested in New Zealand for New Zealand conditions.
Long term thinking
At Specialized Construction Products Ltd we realise that the choice to construct a brand new home or totally refurbish an existing one is by far the biggest and most emotive choice most of us will ever make.
Looks great, performs exceptionally
We also understand that the exterior walls of that home may be the most important standard by which the owner and general public measure the quality of the home.