Our company has transitioned from using the old CODEMARK Certificate to a new Appraisal Certificate for compliance purposes. For a seamless building consent application process, we highly suggest utilizing our Appraisal to avoid any confusion or RFI's from the council.
To better assist you attain building consent, we kindly request that you complete the form below. Once submitted, we will provide you with the relevant project design and compliance information to support your building consent application.Thank you for choosing our company. We are committed to helping you throughout the entire process and look forward to working with you.
Complete the form below and receive the relevant information to assist with project design and compliance.
- All types of thin masonry (brick slip, stone slip, and tiles),
- Extra high wind zones,
- All corrosion zones,
- Fire-rated to Group 1S classification,
- On buildings, any proximity to a relevant boundary.
- Typical installations include chimneys, feature walls, fireplaces, columns etc.
SIMPLE TWO-STEP PROCESS
STEP 1) Licensed Building Practitioner (LBP) installs SUMNER® pre-cladding
The LBP then writes a PS3 for council compliance, and verify the correct installation of the constructed cavity and restricted building work.
STEP 2) Adhere thin masonry
The tiler also writes a PS3 for the council, which covers their artistry in fitting off the decorative masonry.
- Technical and Installation Manual
- Written Specifications
- SUMNER Board Installation
- SUMNER Checklists - QA Sheets
- SUMNER Material Saftey Datasheets (MSDS)
- Terms and Conditions
- Training Resources
- SUMNER® Ancillary Architectural Details
Please contact our office if you require the most recent copy.
Both forms are to be completed by the appropriate tradeperson.
Detail Without Cavity
The following details are not to be used on the building envelope as they omit the rigid air barrrier necessary for weather tightness. Designers can use them for applications such as extrior boundary walls (off the house) or internal fireplaces.