NZ Building Code

NZ Building Code Clauses...

The New Zealand Building Code (NZBC) is the compliance framework to which all buildings in NZ must conform. It sets the minimum legal requirements for building work in NZ. The New Zealand Building Code (NZBC) is a schedule of the regulations authorised by the Act. It contains the mandatory provisions for meeting the purposes of the Act and is performance based. This means it says only what is to be done not how to do it.

There are a number of clauses in the NZ building code that relate to aluminium joinery design and specification. All documents can be downloaded from the Department of Building and Housing website. The specific sections of relevance are listed below.


Stability
  • B1 Structure
  • B2 Durability
  • C Fire Safety
Moisture
  • E1 Surface Water
  • E2 External Moisture
  • E3 Internal Moisture
Safety of Users
  • F4 Safety from Falling
Services and Facilities
  • G4 Ventilation
  • G7 Natural Light
Energy Efficiency
  • H1 Energy Efficiency
WeatherTight™ Suite
Supplied by: Morlite Aluminium Ltd.
Suite used: WeatherTight™.
Mian Contractor: Amalgamated Builders (2001) Ltd.
Supplied by: Morlite Aluminium Ltd.
Suite used: WeatherTight™.
Mian Contractor: Amalgamated Builders (2001) Ltd.
Supplied by: Morlite Aluminium Ltd.
Suite used: WeatherTight™.
Mian Contractor: Amalgamated Builders (2001) Ltd.
Supplied by: Morlite Aluminium Ltd.
Suite used: WeatherTight™.
Mian Contractor: Amalgamated Builders (2001) Ltd.