SHERA OVERLAP WEATHERBOARD
Bevel-back fibre cement weatherboard
Classic New Zealand Style using Modern Materials
Weatherboards are one of the safest and most sustainable products in exterior cladding. As a fibre cement product, Shera Weatherboard excel over timber weatherboards because of their durability, finish and resistance to fire, water and rotting.
Classified as a light wall cladding, it is suitable for residential and light commercial type buildings.
Also, perfect for multi-unit residential projects, especially when used in conjunction with our XpressClad cladding.
See Project References below.
Easy to install, paint & maintain
Can be used anywhere in NZ
Compliance with BRANZ Appraisal
Fire, water and rot resistant
Up to 60min FRR
Classified as a Light Wall Cladding
15 year Product Warranty
Deep Shadow Lines
Shera Overlap Weatherboard is available in two profiles:
Bevel-back profile has a bevel cut on the back of the weatherboard and the front bottom edge is chamfered. Available in 15mm thick, 4200mm lengths and 150mm or 180mm high.
Flat-back profile are flat and the front bottom edge has a radius edge finish. Available in 10mm thick, 3000mm lengths and 180mm high.
With a min. lap of 30mm, the 180mm high Profiles gives a 150mm effective cover, while 150mm profiles gives 120mm cover. A storey rod is always recommended to keep all laps and cover consistent.
Both profiles have a smooth surface ready for paint application.
Paint any colour
Unlike traditional timber weatherboards, fibre cement weatherboards have no LRV restrictions. The weatherboard can be painted any colour you wish.
BRANZ Appraisal No. 997
Shera Weatherboard fixed over a drained cavity has been appraised as an external wall cladding for buildings below 10m
Can be used for buildings situated in NZS 3604 Wind Zones up to and including Extra High.
External Corner Options
Aluminium Corner Soaker
An aluminium corner soaker can be used to create a clean modern finish to your design. With a quick etch, it is ready to paint. At a distance, looks like a mitred corner finish but with better weather tightness.
Cover your corners with fibre cement strips to create a solid contrast with the weatherboards and highlight the verticals and corners. Use 15mm thick fibre cement sheet, and cut to suit on site for your selected cover width.
Aluminium Back Soaker at Joints
Weatherproof joints with a hidden Aluminium Back Soaker, with sealant applied between ends of the boards. Leave sealant proud and allow it to completely cure before trimming off.
Joints shall be positioned between studs, min. 100mm away from timber stud.
Stagger joints at a min. 600mm from joints in the adjacent board.
Shera Weatherboards are face fixed through the cavity battens and wall underlay, into the framing at max. 600mm centres with Stainless Steel Jolt Head Nails.
Always ensure the correct nail length is selected to ensure min. framing penetration is achieved.
Always pre-drill nail holes to suit diameter of selected nail size and hand nail.