JSC Timber Panelling/Sarking


The perfect way to seamlessly connect your interior to the natural environment, timber panelling can fully transform any residential or commercial space. Used as traditional wall or ceiling coverage, or as a feature wall, timber interior panelling adds warmth, character and distinct natural characteristics to any project.

Available in a wide range of timber species and profiles, sizes and finishes, JSC’s interior panelling range provides enormous scope for design creativity and innovation.

JSC interior panelling is available in the following profiles:

  • TG&V Panelling
  • Architectural panelling matching JSC Rusticated weatherboards
  • Architectural panelling matching JSC Vertical Shiplap weatherboards
  • Custom made profiles are available on request.

Panelling or sarking is offered in a variety of timber species which offers a range of colours, surface textures and grain patterns. The following recommended products can be used for timber panelling and sarking:

Note: All species are available in various sizes and some species can have both Bandsawn and Dressed surface finish.

Common sizes available: Available in a range of profiles in widths from 65 - 150mm+

  • Category
    Wall Finishes, Wall & Ceiling Finishes
  • Type of use
    Commercial and Residential
  • Care and cleaning
    Easy maintenance
  • Installation
    Professional installation required
  • Assembly
    Professional assembly required
Scope of use

The JSC Interior Panelling & Sarking guide outlines the installation of JSC Timber panelling to internal applications in buildings covered by New Zealand building code.

  • Aesthetically beautiful - where the natural wood grain adds warmth and character to any interior space
  • Provides durability -  Timber panels are highly resilient and can withstand everyday wear and tear. This provides long-lasting performance, making it a sustainable choice for interior wall coverings. It also means the timber panelling can handle minor impacts and scratches without significant damage.
  • Ability to be refinished. Timber panels can be sanded, stained, or painted to refresh or change the appearance over time. It allows for flexibility in adapting to evolving interior design trends or personal preferences. It also offers the opportunity to restore the panels to their original beauty if they become worn or damaged.
  • Thermal retention - Wood has natural insulation properties, contributing to improved energy efficiency in buildings.
  • Indoor-outdoor flow - Interior panels can be customized to match the exterior profiles of a building, creating a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor spaces. It enhances the overall design coherence and aesthetic harmony between the interior and exterior of a property. It lastly provides a sense of continuity and connection with nature, especially when used in areas with access to outdoor views or gardens.

Performance varies based on the product/species chosen. See species/product data sheets on the JSC website for more information

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