Bathroom basins have a new look and a longer life! The latest ceramics technology has created a super-ceramic whereby vitreous china can be shaped into beautifully refined, slim-walled basins that are more durable and stain-free. Continue reading
Proudly brought to you by the team behind the Paradigm Shift architectural events, and Productspec + Smartspec – INEX is a fresh new concept in the trade and home show space. Coming very soon to The Cloud, Queens Wharf – March 31st – April 2nd.
As the increasing use of prefabricated technology is changing the face of design and construction in New Zealand, now is the time to upskill. PrefabNZ invites you to join construction industry innovators and key influencers for CoLab 2017 – New Zealand’s pivotal event to highlight innovative construction methods
When building or renovating it is often the case that the electrical aspect is overlooked. While electrical makes up a small portion of a build cost, the choices made early on influence the overall aesthetic, the comfort and convenience in the home as well as ongoing power bills.
2017 is off to a roaring start at Productspec + Smartspec. The year ahead is brimming with exciting events and developments in the company. We wanted to get the ball rolling by bringing our clients together to introduce some new faces and to share our itinerary for the year. Continue reading
Proudly brought to you by the team behind the Paradigm Shift architectural events, and Productspec + Smartspec – the INEX event is a fresh new concept in the trade and home show space. Coming to The Cloud, Queens Wharf – March 31st – April 2nd.
A recognised leader in the industry – Thermakraft Industries (NZ) Ltd is the sole New Zealand manufacturer of synthetic wall and roofing underlays which have been designed and developed specifically to comply with the New Zealand building code and climatic conditions.
When specifying materials for a substantial extension to his own home, structural engineer Nigel Harwood chose James Hardie HomeRAB® as Pre-Cladding. His reasons were simple: lateral structural strength, and weather resistance. Continue reading