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    Australian owned and manufactured with a better than zero carbon footprint, Weathertex‘s timber cladding is the ideal solution for any builder, architect or designer in search for environmentally conscious and high quality material.

    All Weathertex products are made from, without any chemical additives, certified state forest or private hardwoods in Australia. Weathertex Weatherboards is guaranteed not to rot, split or crack for up to 25 years.  Weathertex Weathergroove and Selflok Ranges are now Codemark Certified.



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    Weathertex is 97% hardwood timber and 3% natural wax for water repellency. White acrylic primer is then applied to the surface. The accessory products are made from a range of materials including PVC (poly vinyl chloride), aluminium and galvanised steel.
    All Weathertex Weatherboards and Architectural Panels are 9.5mm thick. Note: due to the manufacturing process Weathertex products cannot be made to measure.
    Weathertex products are mostly supplied primed. However, Weathertex is available in a natural (unprimed) surface which provides a unique appearance with the characteristics and look of raw, undressed timber. Weathertex's natural finished products are covered by a 7 year warranty not to rot, split or crack. Please see the warranty section of this website. The Weathertex product range is subject to availability by your Country's distributor. Please see your distributor for available Weathertex products.
    Weathertex has similar properties to most natural wood products. A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) is available in accordance with Worksafe Australia Guidelines and the following statement is made in the MSDS. Weathertex is a reconstituted wood product made from wood, and wax. Exposure to wood dust may cause irritation to the eyes, respiratory system and skin, and may cause sensitisation by inhalation resulting in asthma, and by skin contact resulting in dermatitis. In addition, inhalation of wood dust may cause cancer. Worksafe Australia has established Exposure Standards for wood dust, based on the known health effects. Levels of wood dust must be kept below these Exposure Standards.
    The Australian Standard AS3959-2009: Construction of Buildings in Bush fire Prone Areas, provides the framework for what is now acceptable in building throughout most of Australia. Weathertex is suitable for use in BAL-LOW, BAL-12.5 and BAL-19 construction levels. Consult your council for further information regarding what is acceptable for the region.

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