Vertical Shiplap Cedar Weatherboards - Timber Cladding NZ | ArchiPro

Vertical Shiplap Cedar Weatherboards

Today’s technically advanced cladding systems and enhanced profiling and machining methods, mean that vertical Cedar weatherboarding delivers an unrivalled combination of design versatility and durability.  From the cool clean lines of narrow profiled boards with crisply profiled joints, through to random depth and width weatherboards that evoke images of the richly textured environment we have in New Zealand. 

With a myriad of contemporary profiles available, a choice of either a dressed or bandsawn face and a range of wood oil coating options; the finish and colour can be manipulated to suit most tastes and to respond to whatever environment the building may be found. 

Rosenfeld Kidson Cedarscreen Vertical cladding is available as a standard 20mm cavity system or in the revolutionary, proprietary 45mm cavity system ®.  Both systems are CodeMark certified, which independently verifies compliance with all relevant performance and durability aspects of the Building Code. 

The Rosenfeld Kidson Cedarscreen Vertical 45mm is an innovative new system for vertical shiplap external wall cladding utilising a 45mm structural cavity batten ®.  The primary benefit of this system is that the cladding is only required to be fixed to the batten alone and the face fixings do not penetrate beyond the batten, helping to maintain the integrity of the building envelope and air seal.  The batten can span studs without the need of additional nogs/dwangs.  The 45mm cavity also allows for improved drainage and ventilation.

The Cedarscreen Vertical 45mm cavity system comprises of vertical shiplap weatherboards (factory finished to all sides with a migrating wood oil), horizontal and vertical H3.2 MCQ treated structural cavity battens, stainless steel cavity batten fixings, stainless steel or silicon bronze cladding fixings and powder-coated aluminium flashings.  Rosenfeld Kidson 45mm cavity battens are treated to H3.2 and the first to use the ‘environmentally preferable’ MCQ treatment.

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