Frequently asked questions answered here
Yes. The logs for all Purepine Mouldings products are produced from renewable New Zealand radiata pine. Raw logs are made into SmartClad weatherboards and 130 product lines. Residual waste, even sawdust, is converted into energy to help fuel the factory. The on-site processing is so clean, there is virtually no carbon emission.
Yes. It has been estimated that proficient builders will save considerable application time compared with traditional weatherboard installation.
From approved timber merchants and regular building supply companies. Talk to your architect or home designer today about using SmartcladTM weatherboards for your next home.
Yes, in New Zealand and internationally.
No. Only SmartClad weatherboards.
Yes. The system has been designed so all the components fit neatly together.
The fixing is unseen, so doesn’t damage the front face of the board. It also has a range of ready-made components.
No. The system is no more expensive than any other weatherboards. Just better!
The painter will need to give a light sand just to key the paint, as is normal.
Pre-formed window facings, scribers and corners, so the installer doesn’t have to laboriously cut them to fit.
It’s ideal! The speed of installation makes it the most appropriate choice.
Yes of course, although an extra pair of hands will naturally make life easier.
A little plastic clip, the SmartClip.
Yes. Professional builders prefer it, and DIY builders have no problems using it.
Yes. There are only 3 simple steps.
Jeff Tanner, co-owner of Purepine Mouldings Limited, Te Puke, New Zealand
The weatherboard fixing is hidden behind the boards.
- No drilling
- No nailing
- No puttying
- No face damage
To save time, effort and money when installing timber weatherboards and obtain a superior finish.
The traditional radiata pine bevelled back profile, produced in New Zealand for over 80 years.