Dark-Oak-Premium (stock)

Spotted-Gum (stock)

Kiwi-Black-Premium (stock)

Urban Oak (stock)

Innoclad – Wood Composite Cladding

INNOWOOD products represent the ideal alternative to natural timber. Manufactured predominantly from natural wood waste, our products help to prevent forest depletion through the sustainable use of recycled material and energy management.


  • 100% Recyclable
  • Durable and Lightweight
  • Fire Resistant
  • Flexible in Design
  • Exhibits the same natural beauty as natural timber

Being at the forefront of global composite timber technology, we are proud to be the chosen composite timber supplier of leading national and international architects, designers and builders. Our versatility and product performance are instrumental to the continued success of various projects completed within New Zealand and Australia.


Any colours not in stock, will be indented. Lead times and minimum order charges may apply. Contact us for more information.



Designed with an interlocking tongue and groove profiles that overlap to mix and match profile widths, INNOWOOD’s shiplap cladding systems achieve a dynamic look with clean, straight lines in a warm, sleek and durable finish for a conventional timber look with an attractive shadow line. Two profiles are currently tested and approved for New Zealand.

Width 175mm
Thickness 33mm
Length 5400mm


INNOWOOD’s V Joint Shiplap Cladding system comes in 25 mm thick boards with ‘V’ shaped tongue and groove shadow line rebated joints. INNOWOOD V Joint Shiplap boards overlap one another, concealing the fixing and locking in the boards to give a clean finish with effective board coverages of 105mm, 165mm and 205mm. These profiles can be mixed and matched to achieve varying board widths, creating a unique architectural feature.

COVERAGE 105mm 165mm
SPAN CENTERS 450mm 450mm
STOCK COLOURS Spotted Gum, American Oak, Kiwi Black Spotted Gum, American Oak, Golden Oak, Dark Oak
Width 136mm 200mm
Thickness 25mm 25mm
Length 5400mm 5400mm


INNOWOOD pre-finished product is stocked in New Zealand in the PREMIUM finish in the colours as shown. Other colours are available to order, as are other lengths. Minimum order quantities and lead times apply.

The Premium colour range includes colour through the boards for longer colour retention.


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Like Natural wood, Innowood is pre-finished, not maintenance-free. To prolong the effects of fading, INNOWOOD is supplied factory precoated however, no matter what kind of coating is used, after years of sunlight and different levels of ultraviolet exposure, the products will still gradually fade to different levels.


The degree of discoloration of the coating can also be caused by any other reasons, such as the close reflection from a reflective surface like a metal material or glass onto the INNOWOOD surface. Situations such as these can also adversely affect the colour retention performance of INNOWOOD products and can accelerate the change of product colour to varying degrees, like places with severe air pollution, excessive dust accumulation or stains can also affect the durability of the coating.

The weather resistance of precoated products depend on the following factors:

  • Amount of direct or reflected sunlight
  • Precipitation, debris, pollution and dust
  • Wear and tear
  • Foot traffic for decking.

The degree of discoloration of the precoated product and the durability of the coating are difficult to measure or cannot be specifically guaranteed, depending on the environment in which the product is installed.

This can be illustrated by the installation of the same material with same coating and the same surface treatment but after a period of time, products exposed to direct sunlight appear to fade faster than products exposed to less sunlight. This is not a product or coating issue but is a natural phenomenon found in all natural materials where the colour is affected to different degrees dependant on the level of direct sunlight.

Based on our experience and observations all coating life expectancies can only be used as a guide.

For regions with low UV intensity, the durability of the coating to weathering can be maintained for approximately 5-7 years. In regions with high UV intensity or extreme weather, the durability of coating to weathering can be maintained for approximately 2-4 years. This guide also applies to decking applications but bear in mind that the amount of foot traffic and wear combined with the direct angle of incidence of sun on the flat surface will reduce the coating life expectancy guidance by at least another year.

Generally, lighter colours such as Golden and Premium Oak fade faster than darker colours such as Weathered Wood and Urban Oak that retain colour for much longer. With colours such as Spotted Gum and Tasmanian Oak behaving with normal fading levels.