External cladding is the application of one material over another to provide a skin or layer intended to control the infiltration of weather elements, or for aesthetic purposes.
The ARChitectural™ range of commercial pre-finished products offers outstanding durability and supports the creation of enduring architecture.
The eaves are the bottom edges of a roof. Eaves normally project beyond the side of the building, forming an overhang to throw water clear of the walls and can be highly decorated as part of an architectural style.
The wall or ceiling lining in all buildings. Choose from a range of interior linings and pre-finished panels suitable for both wet and dry areas.
Structural flooring is a walking surface that can support an expected weight. Building flooring typically consists of a substrate component for structural support and a floor covering used to give a good surface aesthetic.
Underlay or underlayment generally refers to a thin layer of cushioning made of materials such as fibre cement, sponge rubber, foam, felt, or crumb rubber; this material is laid beneath tiles or carpet to provide comfort underfoot and to reduce wear.
Bracings are used in construction of buildings in order to provide resistance to naturally occurring forces. Bracing effectively transforms lateral forces due to wind, earthquake and crane surge etc. to the foundation of the building.
High quality, versatile and innovative decorative building products and solutions used to create harmonious, highly liveable and aesthetically appealing environments
A membrane or weather barrier used for roofing and exterior walls, installed to reduce moisture, wind, dust and other elements which have the potential to cause damage to a building over time.
A thermal break or thermal barrier is an element of low thermal conductivity placed in an assembly to reduce or prevent the flow of thermal energy between conductive materials.
Building code compliant facade panel systems, with Australian made fibre cement, for use where non-combustible materials are required. The architectural commercial facade range includes a rendered wall system and panel facade system.
A deck is a flat surface capable of supporting weight, similar to a floor, but typically constructed outdoors, often elevated from the ground, and usually connected to a building.
A fence is a freestanding structure designed to restrict or prevent movement across a boundary. Fences are generally distinguished from walls by the lightness of their construction and their purpose.
A general term used for moldings that are used to create added detail or cover up gaps. Mainly used around windows, doors or corner. James Hardie have a range of Aluminium and Fibre Cement trim options.
Commercial flooring is a walking surface that can support an expected weight. Commonly, commercial flooring requires greater performance, higher safety compliance and increased load-bearing capabilities
HardiePlank, Primeline and Linea Weatherboard Range | A smooth and wood texture weatherboard range of warp, rot, termite and fire resistant fibre cement weatherboards. A timber weatherboard alternative.