Neuchatel is NZ’s oldest waterproofing company, and one of our oldest brands, having been established over a century ago in 1905. Their qualified and experienced network of tradesmen service the entire country from their headquarters in Auckland.
No project is too big or too small for Neuchatel, who have worked on some of NZ’s largest icons like Kelly Tarltons Underwater World and Aotea Square, as well as some of our most precious heritage sites like the refurbishment of the Mansion House at Kawau Island. They’ve only been called back on one job – the Kate Sheppard building in Wellington - after only 95 years of abuse from the elements (you read that right – Kate Sheppard building was built in the 1920’s and the roof has just had a precautionary resurfacing as part of a major refit. Read about this on our website).
As well as our core product, Mastic Asphalt by IKO Permalite, Neuchatel is widely recognized as an innovator in waterproofing solutions, and offers some of the most technologically advanced products in the market, including cold applied membranes (for dry wooden structures), fire-retardant waterproofing membranes, and expansion joints.
Neuchatel offer expert solutions for:
Waterproofing, although only a small part of the overall construction cost, if not done right can have a major impact on the operating costs of the building for years to come. Neuchatel work with Architects, Engineers, QS and Clients to achieve the best solution and the optimum spend regardless of the size or extent of the project.