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Australian Hardwood Exterior Cladding

Australian Hardwood Exterior Cladding is renowned for its robustness, natural beauty, and suitability for various climates. Sourced from native Australian trees like Jarrah, Spotted Gum, Blackbutt, and Ironbark, these hardwoods are prized for their durability and resistance to weathering.

H3 treated timber cladding to update the look of your home. Available in a range of colours, you are only limited by your imagination.

IronAsh H3 Cladding – IronAsh is a strong, durable cladding that has H3 treatment for a longer-lasting and better timber to protect your home.

Spotted Gum Cladding – The most sought-after cladding on the market, Spotted Gum is both beautiful and durable. Use as a feature to lift a home or space, or on an entire build. Either way, you’ll be the envy of your neighbours.

Ironbark Cladding – With rich browns and reds, Ironbark is great for cooler climates where warmth is needed. Finishing with oil or traditional varnishes will lift up the tones and keep the finish fresh for longer. Perfect for features around the home, south-facing walls, and where a darker colour is desired.

Silvertop Ash Cladding With easy installation and a beautiful appearance, Silvertop Ash is a stunning timber that will only get better with age. If you like the classic weatherboard with the silvery colour then this cladding is for you.

Cement Sheet Products

Cement sheet products refer to building materials made primarily from cement, often combined with other materials like cellulose fibres, silica, and additives to enhance specific properties. These products are widely used in construction for their durability, fire resistance, and versatility. Here are some common types of cement sheet products:

  1. Fibre Cement Sheets: Fibre cement sheets are composed of cement reinforced with cellulose fibres, typically sourced from wood pulp. This combination results in a strong yet lightweight material that is resistant to rot, fire, moisture, and pests.
  2. Cement Board: Cement boards are rigid panels made from a mixture of cement and reinforcing fibres such as fibreglass or cellulose
  3. Fibre Cement Siding: Fibre cement siding is a type of cladding material used on the exterior of buildings. It mimics the appearance of wood or masonry siding but offers better durability and resistance to weather conditions.
  4. Cement Roofing Sheets: Cement roofing sheets are durable and weather-resistant roofing materials used in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. They are known for their ability to withstand harsh weather conditions, including wind, rain, and sunlight.
  5. Underlayment Board: Cement underlayment boards are used as a substrate for flooring materials such as tiles, vinyl, and hardwood. They provide a stable and smooth surface that helps to prevent cracking and movement of the finished floor covering.
CSR Plasterboard

CSR Plasterboard

The team at Paines Hardware & Timber hold stock of:

2400 x 1200

3000 x 1200

Wet Area 10mm RE – 2400 x 1200

We can order in for bulk orders and other products. Please contact us on 03 9435 2555 to discuss your requirements.

About CSR Gyprock Products

Australian Made and Owned

Gyprock and Australian Campaign (AMCL), a marketing agency for Australian building and construction manufacturers, have partnered to promote Australian products. Gyprock was the first to introduce paper-faced wallboards in Australia in 1947. This revolutionised the building industry. Gyprock is still a leader in innovation today, and continues to influence trends within the commercial, architectural, and home design space.

CSR Gyprock, Australia’s largest manufacturer of gypsum-based products, such as plasterboard, cornice and compounds, is also a leading supplier of adhesives, specialty materials, and finishing materials.

Gyprock offers a wide range of products and systems that are high-performance and meet the needs of construction industries in terms of fire, acoustic, and thermal performance.

Gyprock operates Gyprock Trade ™ centres and endorses Gyprock Specialist distributors outlets throughout the country to complement its strong retail presence at major hardware and building materials retail outlets. These outlets are geared towards the trade and offer everything from boards, cornices, compounds, tapes and tools to accessories.

Product Description

Gyprock’s range includes a variety of plasterboards, cornices, adhesives, specialty plasters, and finishing materials.

The majority of Gyprock’s products are made in Australia. A select range is sourced from top manufacturers around the globe to provide the best possible solutions for architects, designers and builders.

Manufacturing

Gyprock is manufactured in state-of-the art manufacturing facilities owned by the company. Each facility performs regular tests under a Quality Management System that complies with ISO 9001/2000, ensuring you can specify our products and use them with confidence. Learn more about Gyprock’s manufacturing process.

Gyprock, the Australian term for “plasterboard”, has been around since 1947. The introduction of paper-faced wallboards revolutionised the construction industry, allowing lightweight building methods to be used.

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Internal and External Doors

Internal and external doors serve distinct purposes in building design, each tailored to specific functional and aesthetic requirements.

Internal Doors: Internal doors are primarily used within the interior of buildings to delineate spaces, provide privacy, and enhance sound insulation between rooms. They come in various styles, materials, and designs to complement the overall interior decor. Common materials for internal doors include wood (such as oak, pine, or mahogany), composite materials, and sometimes glass panels for a more open feel or to allow light transmission between rooms.

External Doors: External doors, also known as entry doors or exterior doors, are designed to provide security, weather protection, and aesthetic appeal for the main entry points of buildings. They are constructed to withstand outdoor elements such as rain, wind, and temperature fluctuations. External doors are often thicker and more robust than internal ones, commonly made from solid wood (such as oak or mahogany), fibreglass, steel, or aluminium. These materials offer durability, security features (such as reinforced cores and sturdy locks), and insulation properties to maintain energy efficiency within the building. External doors may feature decorative elements, glass panels for natural light, and weatherstripping to prevent drafts and water ingress.

Plasterboard, often referred to as drywall or gypsum board, is a widely used building material in interior construction. It consists of a core of gypsum sandwiched between two layers of paper or fibreglass. This composition gives plasterboard its characteristic properties of being lightweight, fire-resistant, sound-insulating, and easy to work with.

Plasterboard:

  1. Composition: The core of plasterboard is made from gypsum, a naturally occurring mineral. Gypsum is mixed with additives to enhance its properties, such as improving fire resistance or reducing water absorption.
  2. Types: Plasterboard comes in various types and thicknesses, each designed for specific applications.
  3. Installation: Plasterboard is installed on interior walls and ceilings using screws or nails, typically attached to wooden or metal framing.

Accessories:

  1. Metal Studs and Tracks: Metal studs and tracks are used to create the framework onto which the plasterboard is attached. They provide structural support and stability, especially in partition walls and suspended ceilings.
  2. Jointing Compound and Tape: The Jointing compound is used to fill and smooth joints between plasterboard sheets, creating a seamless surface.
  3. Corner Beads: Corner beads are metal or plastic profiles used to reinforce and protect the external corners of plasterboard walls. They ensure sharp, clean corners that are resistant to damage and wear.
Thermory Interior and Exterior Cladding

Thermory Interior and Exterior Cladding represent high-quality wood products tailored for both indoor and outdoor applications. Utilizing a specialized thermal modification process, Thermory enhances the natural properties of wood to ensure superior durability, stability, and resistance to environmental factors. Interior cladding options from Thermory are designed to elevate interior spaces with their natural beauty, offering a variety of finishes and profiles to suit different aesthetic preferences. These products not only enhance the visual appeal of walls and ceilings but also contribute to a warm and inviting atmosphere.

On the other hand, Thermory’s exterior cladding solutions are engineered to withstand the rigors of outdoor environments. They are crafted to endure weather elements such as moisture, UV rays, and temperature fluctuations without compromising on appearance or performance over time. This makes them suitable for facades, outdoor walls, and other exterior applications where durability and aesthetic longevity are paramount.

In both interior and exterior applications, Thermory cladding products are chosen not only for their aesthetic charm but also for their sustainability credentials. The thermal modification process not only enhances the wood’s natural beauty but also improves its resistance to decay and insects, contributing to a more sustainable choice compared to untreated wood options.

4mm Structural Bracing Ply

9 – 17mm CD Ply Sheets

Formply

16mm Melamine shelving

3-18mm MDF Sheets