Timber and timber-based flooring in wet areas

Valid from
1/05/2006

Information provider
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
Information type
Section 175 guidance
Format
Website

Description

There has been some confusion about the requirements for timberbased flooring and floor structures under wet areas. Wet areas are spaces that contain sanitary fixtures or appliances, including laundries, bathrooms, kitchens and toilets.

This is guidance for designers and building consent authorities having difficulty interpreting New Zealand Standard NZS 3602: Timber and Wood Based Products for Use in Building regarding treatment of flooring in wet areas.

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Timber and timber-based flooring in wet areas

Description

There has been some confusion about the requirements for timberbased flooring and floor structures under wet areas. Wet areas are spaces that contain sanitary fixtures or appliances, including laundries, bathrooms, kitchens and toilets.

This is guidance for designers and building consent authorities having difficulty interpreting New Zealand Standard NZS 3602: Timber and Wood Based Products for Use in Building regarding treatment of flooring in wet areas.

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Timber and timber-based flooring in wet areas
Description

There has been some confusion about the requirements for timberbased flooring and floor structures under wet areas. Wet areas are spaces that contain sanitary fixtures or appliances, including laundries, bathrooms, kitchens and toilets.

This is guidance for designers and building consent authorities having difficulty interpreting New Zealand Standard NZS 3602: Timber and Wood Based Products for Use in Building regarding treatment of flooring in wet areas.

View on Information Provider website
This resource does not cite any other resources.

Timber and timber-based flooring in wet areas

This resource does not CITE any other resources.
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