Hardie Plank Weatherboard

Traditional and timeless. Sleek and strong

Hardie™ Plank Weatherboard's boast such versatility that your home will still be a standout on any street. You will enjoy protection from New Zealand’s harsh conditions in the home of your dreams that reflects your personal style.

It can be painted in a large variety of colours and are available in a smooth finish, making them an effective bevel-back weatherboard solution.

A great option as an external cladding in residential single and medium-density homes, including alterations and additions, where a cost-effective traditional or contemporary weatherboard look is required.

Smooth Weatherboard

You can’t go wrong with this simple, clean look. Smooth Weatherboards gives you the classic traditional horizontal lines and will also suit a modern build.

  • Category
    Fibre Cement Cladding
  • Range
Product profiles

Smooth Weatherboard

Thickness: 7.5mm
Length: 4200mm
Width: 180mm or 300mm

Features and benefits
  • Resistant to fire, rot resistant and resistant to moisture damage
  • Engineered to perform in harsh conditions, including coastal environments
  • Up to 60 minute fire resistance rating (FRR) can be achieved when installed as per the James Hardie Fire and Acoustic Design Manual
  • Low maintenance
  • Classified as non-combustible material
  • 15 year product warranty
Get in touch
All James Hardie products available in New Zealand are sold via distributors and are not sold directly. For any pricing requests, please contact your local supplier. Stockists include PlaceMakers, Bunnings, Carters, ITM, Mitre10 and BuildLink Group. To order samples and brochures, order direct from the James Hardie website.
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About the

James Hardie is a leading international building materials company and a global leader in fibre cement, one of the world's fastest-growing building products. Fibre cement is used in the exterior and interior of a building, from exterior cladding and internal lining, bracing, flooring and decorative finishes.

Our major operations span Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Europe and the United States.