PALLISIDE THE SMART CHOICE
NEVER NEEDS PAINTING
Palliside® weatherboards never need painting, not now, not even in 25 years. So you can enjoy spending time doing the things you love.
MADE IN NEW ZEALAND
These weatherboards are made here in New Zealand, specifically for New Zealand conditions. Ideal for demanding coastal environments.
These weatherboards are very cost effective, right from the start. So you’ve got a little more left over to buy the things you’ve always wanted.
25 YEAR GUARANTEE
Palliside® is covered by a 25 year manufacturers’ guarantee. Giving you peace of mind today and for years to come.
The Palliside® system has been independently tested to ensure that our weatherboards will stand the test of time.
Palliside® is a sustainable weatherboard system manufactured from 100% recyclable material. The smart choice for future generations.
6 reasons why you should make Palliside your cladding choice
TRADITIONAL WEATHERBOARDS WITHOUT THE UPKEEP
Choose the low-maintenance, pre-finished weatherboard system with natural shadow-lines and definition.
Built to last
CHOOSE YOUR STYLE, COLOUR AND JOINERY
PALLISIDE WEATHER-BOARDS ARE QUICK AND EASY TO INSTALL
However care must still be taken to ensure that the weatherboards are level and the correct accessories and installation methods are used.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is Palliside made from?A. Palliside is made from specially formulated uPVC. There are two types of uPVC used in the formulation of the weatherboards, which give the product its strength and impact resistance while minimising expansion and contraction. The uPVC also keeps the product light.
Q. How does Palliside compare with timber & fibre cement weatherboards?A. Palliside is generally similar in cost to timber and fibre cement weatherboards before they have been painted.
Q. Will I need to get a building consent if I reclad with Palliside weatherboards?A. Yes, unless you are replacing like for like you will need to get a building consent to reclad. Speak to your builder or lcoal Palliside Service Provider about how to go about this. Click here for a list of Palliside Service Providers
Q. Are matching paint colours available?A. Yes. Please refer to the Palliside Technical Guide for more information. Click here to link to technical guide.
Q. What happens to Palliside in a fire?A. Palliside is self-extinguishing and will stop burning when the heat source is removed. Until that time the product will melt away from the flame.
Q. What is the best way to clean Palliside?A. Warm soapy water and a soft brush will remove most grime and dirt build-up. Cleaners such as 30 Seconds and Wet & Forget can also be used. Avoid harsh solvent-based cleaners. Click here to link to maintenance guide.
Q. Can I buy Palliside direct from Dynex?A. Palliside is only sold through Palliside Service Providers or via building merchants. Click here for list of contacts.
Q. Will Palliside go brittle?A. No.
Q. How often does Palliside need cleaning?A. This depends on the climate and location, but once a year is usually adequate.
Q. How long is Palliside guaranteed for?A. Palliside is guaranteed for 25 years, subject to the terms of the Palliside consumer guarantee. Click here for copy of guarantee.
Q. Can I use a water blaster to clean Palliside?A. Yes, but ensure that the water blaster nozzle does not make contact with the weatherboard.
Q. Do Palliside colours vary from batch to batch?A. No.
Q. How does salt spray affect Palliside?A. Palliside is not affected at all by salt spray, making the product ideal for coastal areas.
Q. Does Palliside creak?A. There can be some audible noise caused by thermal expansion and contraction, particularly in the first 6-12 weeks after installation. This noise should not be excessive.
Q. What will happen after 25 years?A. Nothing. Palliside will continue to act as an exterior cladding. The product will not suddenly break down or fail in any other way.
Q. How does Palliside compare with other claddings in terms of price?A. Palliside generally is less expensive than painted timber, high-end fibre cement weatherboards and cedar. Although material costs may be similar, savings are made with Palliside, as the installation is generally much quicker than other weatherboards.
Q. Can Palliside be used for recladding?A. Yes, though it is usually recommended that the original cladding is removed before Palliside installation.
Q. Can Palliside be painted?A. Yes, but only in light colours. Please refer to the Palliside Technical Guide for more information. Click here for link to technical guide.
Q. How will Palliside handle temperature extremes?A. Palliside has been tested in a temperature range from -10°C to 60°C. This testing has shown that Palliside will handle temperature extremes throughout the country.
- Palliside Guarantee
- Maintenance of Palliside
- Palliside Brochure
- Environmental Statement
- Quantifying Guide
- Dynex Health & Safety Charter
- Palliside Coloured Downpipes Brochure
- BRANZ 490
- BRANZ 491
- Paslode Nail Fixing Matrix
- Technical Guide
- Direct Fix Guide
- Drained Cavity Guide
- Palliside Masterspec Specification
- Palliside Handling & Surplus Materials
- Palliside on Steel Framing
- Palliside Health & Safety
- Material Safety Data Sheet