Thanks to COVID, closed borders, spasmodic lockdowns and other restrictions, the construction sector is facing a perfect storm. An unprecedented building boom combined with shortages of product, materials and labour worse than any time since the oil shocks of the ‘70s, is testing everyone’s patience and resourcefulness.
Home heating and cooling technology is rapidly improving and Waterware is setting the pace. Throw away those redundant gas and standard electric hot water solutions. Instead, Waterware utilises a combination of solar PV, air to water heat pump, and a hot water storage...
Fisher & Paykel Appliances has recently launched improved Trade Resources online, to help designers, specifiers, manufacturers and installers work better and faster with their appliances.
With an outstanding range of plumbing products including Aquatherm PPr, Mayer Stainless and Cofix fastenings, Aquatherm is proving its leadership in supplying water to residential and commercial buildings.
Forté has released a stunning new premium range of engineered wood flooring for high-end, luxury residential homes. Discover Moda Altro, a curated collection of timber designed for the Kiwi lifestyle.
A bold colour creates a strong sense of style. Athena Bathrooms have now extended their range to include anodised matte black Motio Shower kits and Italian designed mirrors.
A new website created by Hettich New Zealand, is designed to present case studies and product information to end-consumer on behalf of the joiner, kitchen manufacturer or designer.
When Isles Construction set out to find a low-maintenance, sustainable and effective exterior cladding system, they chose ZX Panel. Learn how ZX Panel, which future-proofed the building for years to come, was a logical, easy choice.
The hardest known Cedar and considerably harder and denser than most commercial softwoods, Alaskan Yellow Cedar has properties that make it a top-class building material.
The four-storey New Academic Building (NAB) for Murdoch University in Perth, will be the first large-scale timber building in Western Australia constructed from locally sourced timber.
Once a ground-breaking department store, La Samaritaine was closed in 2005 for renovation and now its dramatic redesign is set to open its doors to the public.
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