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When considering a gas fire for a house, amongst the more common questions asked is: What’s the difference between open fronted and glass fronted? While visually there may seem little difference, what you don’t see is where the real differences occur.
NZS 3604:2011 paragraph 5.1.5 requires wings or blocks to ‘provide sufficient bracing individually’ if they extend more than six metres from the main building. Note that this requirement refers to the provision of bracing, and that separate calculation is not mentioned as a requirement.
Potter Interior Systems were instrumental in the supply of various interior wall and ceiling products required for the recently completed AUT WG Precinct.
ASSA ABLOY is thrilled to reignite its partnership with PC Henderson and to offer flexible, high-performance and long-lasting sliding- and folding-door hardware.
Blum's new drawer side allows for customisation and individuality in the home and commercial/retail environment.
The Laminex Group celebrates 100 years with a fresh take on its iconic Formica-brand laminate. Unveiled around the world during 2013, the Anniversary Collection features 12 new patterns that reflect the Formica brand and its history.
The award-winning Beca office fitout combines a comprehensive materials and colour palette, using a wide range of products ideal for commercial projects.
GRC New Zealand Ltd has recently completed manufacture and supply of decorative lining panels for a number of high-profile commercial fitouts.
Mason and Wales Architects worked with Forman Building Systems to specify a number of leading-edge product solutions into the new Fisher & Paykel building.
Pacific Build Supply is proud to have supplied and installed prefinished Europan FC Panels to the interior of the new ASB offices at 381 Great South Road, Greenlane, Auckland.
2tec2 stands for innovative woven vinyl flooring. This Belgian brand was born from the harmonious combination of traditional weaving and the use of superior modern materials.
Commercial bathroom fixtures and fittings need to be elegant yet robust to ensure long-term viability. Products manufactured for residential bathrooms don’t have the ability to last because the commercial bathroom is often the only part of the building the public actually gets to use. Therefore the products must not only look good, they must be reliable, have strong supplier support and be environmentally friendly and cost effective.