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At Resco we specialise in toilet and shower cubicles and wall panelling for high use areas.  We also manufacture and supply lab benchtops, screens and vanities. Providing excellent technical support is our commitment to every client – we work with you to get the job done.

Because we only use rugged, solid core Compact Laminate, our panels are the smart solution for any high use and abuse situation. All Resco panels contain Antibac, an innovative new bacteria-repelling compound. Our pre-finished panels are water, impact and graffiti resistant and extremely low maintenance.

We supply a range of products with New Zealand’s largest choice of colours, made for superior performance and longer life, which we confidently back with lengthy guarantees.

Our custom-made cubicles can be supplied in kit-set packs. We supply and install throughout New Zealand. Both options come with full technical support.


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The Resco Compact Laminate products are looking smart in the high-use ablution facilities at the Sir Owen Glenn National Aquatic Centre.

Date : August 2, 2016

The water sport facility on Auckland’s North Shore is the home of numerous aquatic organisations including Swimming NZ and Water Polo NZ. Architect for the $26m Auckland project, Tane Pratt of Pacific Environments Architects, says he is confident the extensive use of Resco Multicom wall lining and the Resco Series 5000 range cubicles will be a major contributor to ensuring the centre’s changing rooms and toilet facilities will stay fresh for many years to come. “A key factor in our choice is that the Resco product is very robust in such a high-use environment; we know it is hard-wearing and very easy to keep clean,” says Tane, who had previously specified Resco in the nearby AUT Millennium sport facility upgrade. In addition to multi-coloured poolside shower areas, there are four ablution areas in the aquatic centre complex — male and female public areas, and male and female member areas. A Read More »[...]