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Finding A Builder In Auckland

Finding a builder in Auckland can seem like such a daunting task at times! Where do you look, what qualifications and experience do they need and how much do they cost? Luckily we have made it simple here at Builderscrack to let the tradespeople chase you, rather than you chase them! Yet how will you know they can safely and correctly do your job?

Firstly it depends on the type of building work you want done. If the work is going to be structural, affect the water tightness of your home or involves designing a fire system, you have to use a Licenced Building Practitioner (LBP). For other building jobs, a builder who is not an LBP is okay to use, but you still could pick an LBP if you wanted. It is compulsory to use an LBP for those three types of work in order to ensure that all restricted building work (RBW) is done to a high standard.

How do I know if my builder is a Licenced Building Practitioner?

Once you have chosen one or more builders to find more details about, you can quickly check if they are an LBP by looking on the Licenced Building Practitioner website. This website holds a public register of all the LBPs in NZ. You can search for them by location, name or the details they will have on their LBP photo ID card. If you have not yet found a builder, you can also search the register to specifically find builders within the Auckland region who are LBPs.

There are six different types of building jobs in the register such as designers, carpenters and site or foundation specialists.  You'll need to make sure you hire an LBP who is registered to work on the type of job you want done. You will also need to check that they are certified to work on the type of building you are hiring them for. That's because there are three different categories of building types with each one requiring specific experience or qualifications from the builder.

What do I do if my builder is not an LBP?

While it is compulsory to use an LBP for all RBW, not every job you want doing needs an LBP. If your work is not restricted, then hiring a builder who is not an LBP is fine. There are two trade organisations which help regulate the building trade and provide homeowners with the confidence to hire a builder that they do not know or have had a recommendation of. They are the Registered Master Builders Association (RMBA) and the Certified Builders Association of New Zealand (CBANZ).

The RMBA checks out the financial records and building history of all builders before it will accept them into their association. They also require members to either hold specific industry based qualifications or have a certain level of experience too. Members will also have their work inspected by the RMBA mobile team a couple of times a year and must follow the Constitution and Code of Conduct the association sets. As a homeowner, another big plus is that your RMBA builder is required to give you a third party written guarantee on all work they have done for you.

A builder who is a member of the CBANZ will also have had to have specific qualifications or a certain level of experience before they will be accepted. Their members also have to follow the Code of Ethics and Conduct, provide insurance to cover their work for the duration of their contract with you and give you a 10 year Homefirst Builders guarantee on the job they’ve done.

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Latest building articles

Our blog is full with helpful news and knowledge covering building related repairs and renovations around your home. Our trusted tradies will respond to your job, often within a few minutes. You decide who you want to communicate with. You’re in control the whole way.

Composite vs. Timber Decking

Posted 28/01/20

Engineered composite decking versus the tried and tested timber - which is better? Composite and Timber Decking Materials Whether you’re looking to repair an existing deck or start from scratch, consider the decking materials available in New Zealand and how they stack up against each othe

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This is How your Gutters and Spouting Could be Damaging your Home (and what to do about it)

Posted 28/06/19

Guttering and spouting do more than take rainwater away, they are essential for a healthy, happy home. Read on to learn signs that indicate issues, and tips for resolving damage... What damage could my guttering be causing? Externally: A sagging gutter will damage your home’s fascia. P

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Guide to Cladding Options and Materials

Posted 31/07/19

Are you wondering what cladding to choose for your new build? Is your existing cladding looking dilapidated and ripe for renovation? Recladding your home will breathe new life into its appearance. In this article, we give you the information to choose the right cladding for your home. E

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What Should You Do After a Damaging House Fire?

Posted 11/05/17

A house fire is a devastating experience, regardless of the amount of damage. Your first instinct may be to begin the clean-up and repair work, but there are several key things to work through first... Five things to do after a house fire There are five important tasks for you to do, if yo

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Guide to Installing Balustrades - Up to NZ Building Code Standard

Posted 14/09/17

Wondering what the NZ Building Code requirements are for balustrades on stairs and decking? Then you’re in the right place, we take a look... What is a Balustrade? A balustrade is basically a safety barrier. It can vary in appearance from simply a rail with supporting balusters, all the wa

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Decking - Choosing the Right Material for Your Home

Posted 28/09/17

Timber is the most obvious choice for building a deck but we there are two more popular options that are worth some consideration. We take a look... Types of Decking Materials There are three main types of materials used when building a deck: timber, concrete and composite timber. Timber

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Brick or Weatherboard – Choosing the Right Cladding for Your New Home

Posted 06/07/17

Brick or weatherboard? Choosing the cladding for your new home is more than deciding what looks best... It’s about the type of home you are building, the cost of the different types of cladding and the location of the house. Let us help you solve the battle of the cladding and choose the

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Stage 2 of Home Ownership or Renting Life Stage – Your Twenties

Posted 26/10/17

Many people entering their twenties are looking at the possibly of moving away from property renting and into looking towards home ownership... Rising house prices have has somewhat stifled early home ownership in many parts of the country. But with a little smart thinking and the ability

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Top 5 Bathroom Renovation Tips - Direct From Our Experts

Posted 29/04/19

Find out the Top 5 bathroom renovation tips direct from our Builderscrack bathroom experts. This advice can make all the difference between a successful bathroom renovation or not... 1) It's All in The Planning As the saying goes -  "The devil is in the detail" and this couldn't be mor

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Latest building case studies

Discover in-depth, ways which our homeowners have used Builderscrack to shape their house into the home of their dreams.

Small Bathroom Renovation Turns Major When The Unexpected Happens

ulian and Lexie had one month, $5k and a straightforward plan to renovate their small bathroom. Let’s just say, if you like a good ‘down to the wire’ reno story, you’ll love this couple’s drama-filled journey from settlement to move in day. We’re talking budget blow-outs, schedule delays, on-the-spot decisions and eight scope changes. Yeah — total ‘Block’ vibes, right? Julian jokes that he had a couple of grey hairs come flying through at a rapid rate. “It was a significant, unforeseen scenario,” Julian says, alluding to the cause of the delays. This eventful Project Story will leave you with practical insights for your own bathroom renovation. You’ll discover: What to look out for in your pre-purchase building inspection How to manage scope and budget changes The full list of bathroom upgrades What they would do in hindsight (involves saving money!) Plus, the awesome before and after photos. Let’s get stuck into i

A 3yo’s Take on Having Plasterers in the Home

t’s not every day you get to show off your crayons — at least that’s how three-year-old Quinn felt shortly after meeting the tradespeople plastering her living room. Quinn’s mother, Kate, tells me the crayons were just the start, and that Wayne and Ronan from Claddagh Plastering coped incredibly well with her daughter’s constant line of questioning while working. “She would walk up beside them and say ‘look at my carrots’, ‘I’ve got cucumber’, and ask them ‘do you want to be my friend?’,” Kate laughs. “Wayne was really good with her, he’d take time to say ‘oh wow, yes, wow look at that’ — I think he’s got young ones at home, so he was used to it. “She’d stand there and watch them work, mesmerised by the plaster being put on, it was very cute.” As Kate and I relish Quinn’s adorable toddler bravado, Kate lets me in on how they got to this point of renovating their home, and let’s just say, anyone with EQC experience will be able to relate. “We Could Start to Se

Garden Revamp: How Chris and Rochelle Transformed This Small Space

There’s nothing like waking up to a gorgeous garden. That’s now the case for Chris and Rochelle, Auckland homeowners who made good use of their time throughout lockdown doing prep work for their garden redesign. It included plenty of digging and pulling-up, but there was one job left on their garden-scaping list that was a little too big to undertake themselves. The Problem The new design of the garden patch featured a structural garden bed which required a retaining wall, something that Rochelle says was too much for their skillset. “We knew we needed someone to do the last part of the job,” says Rochelle. The garden edging had previously been lined with bricks, but Rochelle was looking for a timber look. With an open mind and a flexible approach, she was hoping to bring the design to life by making the most of the existing area. The Solution Aside from seeking someone who had the skills to build the retaining wall, Rochelle also wanted someone with landscaping

Women in Trade - Pocket Rocket Building, Rotorua

Megan Dimozantos, owner of Pocket Rocket Building Rotorua, recently made the career change to building after 17 years working in corporate leadership. She shares with us her story... It all started several years back when she tackled her own home renovation. The success of her renovation led to several friends enlisting her to do their various projects. With a few jobs under her belt she began to realise she wasn't only good at building, but she really enjoyed it - "I'm a really outdoorsy person and being physical is something I really enjoy". After lots of thought and careful planning, Megan made the decision at the end of last year to go out building full-time. Leaving behind the safety of what she knew in the corporate world, for the unknown world of a self-employed tradesperson. So far, so good. Megan has had a steady flow of referral work, surprising herself with the number of jobs she has secured through her contacts and word of mouth around Rotorua. In particul

Homes On Show - Save My Bathroom

Behind every job there is a story. This one starts with a homeowner, and a vision to renovate her bathroom from an outdated 1970’s relic to a modern, clean, and functional bathroom. The Dilemma The story starts with Joanne and her first tradie, a referral from a friend. The tradie seemed great. The homeowner and the tradie agreed that Joanne would buy everything that was needed for the bathroom, and the tradie gave her a cost to install and renovate to her plan. Fast forward three months and the tradie was nowhere to be seen and uncontactable. With the goods for her bathroom waiting in Mitre 10 and a loan taken out for the project, Joanne was desperate to get the job underway. The Solution “I spoke to someone at work, saying I didn’t know what to do. I needed to have my bathroom renovated, and my colleague said, have you put it on Builderscrack? Then they showed me how Builderscrack works, how to log on and use the site. I put the advert on the next day, and within two

Overgrown Patio to Contemporary Deck: How Lex Doubled His Living Space

Find out how this Christchurch homeowner transformed a ‘cold and unused’ area to create indoor-outdoor flow. Walking up the long driveway draws out my anticipation of two things: seeing just how much the backyard has changed, and whether I got everyone's coffees right. As I reach the back of the house I’m given a warm welcome by homeowner Lex, and following inquisitively behind is his kitten Naki – in Māori meaning ‘to glide’, and in Ngāi Tahu dialect, ‘cat’. Naki jumps up onto the newly finished deck as if to begin the grand tour, and I’m amazed – what a transformation! It’s completely reinvented the look and feel of this space. It’s not long before Ashraf joins us – he’s the tradesperson who got the job done with his teammate Conor. And after a few minutes of seeing Lex and Ashraf talking, it’s clear as to why this job went so well; there’s a lot of respect here. Ready for the project rundown and eager to sip our coffees, we take a seat at the modern stone table (whic

Bench Seating Took This Small Dining Room From Awkward To Cosy

ot an awkward space that can’t be solved with furniture? For Christchurch homeowners Simon and Chelsea, that space was the old dining room. They had ‘tried to make it work’ ever since they purchased their 1990 home four years ago. Enter: bench seating.  With the job now done and dusted, Simon explains to me over the phone just how awesome it’s been chilling out in their new space, sitting in the sun on weekends and sipping their morning coffee. As a fellow chilled out, sun-loving coffee drinker, I knew we had to capture those idyllic scenes for this story. So, our photographer Alana and I went round one Saturday morning with high hopes of two things: sunny weather, and their cat Elphie making an appearance. After a warm welcome, we walk through the kitchen where we’re graced by gorgeous natural light from the high-ceiling skylight, and the sweet smell of freshly brewed coffee. To appreciate the space as it is now, let’s take it back a step. The dining room, before a

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Garage post removal

Posted 1 week ago

Hello, I have a need to remove a post outside my garage before I install a new garage door (the old one is damaged and needs to be replaced). It is not a load-bearing post since it is attached under a substantial steel I-beam and doesn't hold up anything ... it was suggested to me that looks to be from a time before the current garage door was installed and the garage was 'split' between a garage door for the car, and a doorway entrace, unsure. In either case, I need to remove it and lookin...

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Wrought iron hand rail and small balustrade

Posted 2 days ago

Two short hand rails to sit alongside two wooden steps, and small balustrade to be attached at the end of a deck to be attached to one concrete wall Balustrade n deck would measure approx 1 metre. Handrails approximately one and a half metres

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3 - lot Subidivion

Posted 1 day ago

I'm looking for a contractor to undertake a Turneky type build to deliver 3 homes and a driveway. Part of the deliverables will be getting me CCC and 224c. Ideally the build contract will be based on: NZS ... Housing, alterations and small buildings contract. The project docs are saved here for your information: ... Budget: $1.05Mill (with GST) Kind regards, Poornaka

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Westemere rennovation - mastersuite

Posted 4 days ago

Construction of master bedroom with new ensuite, wardrobe etc. from existing lounge. Demolition of internal walk in wardrobe. Building consent plans currently with Council. Ideal start is late august/ september. Building plans available to selected parties for quotation purposes. Note additional job listed on builders crack for kitchen demo would prefer same contractor for both jobs.

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Creating a shoe shelf approximately 2 meters by 2 meters or bigger

Posted 4 days ago

we need a stable open style shoe shelf that for the reception area for about 20 pairs of shoes.

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Fit windows and ranch slider

Posted 1 week ago

Hi, I need someone to install two windows on a two storey house and a ranch slider. These have all been made to measure and we just need someone to install now.

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Finish building small cabin

Posted 6 days ago

We purchased a cabin from an Auckland cabin company. Unfortunately they failed to complete the job in a reasonable time (3+ months). Under the CGA I need a builder who can finish the job and remedy a few problems with the build. You will really need to visit to assess this job. I was told by another contractor the cabin is about 50-60% done and it would take roughly 2 weeks to complete it from here. It has framing and roof up but there are issues with the foundations. There is no jib yet and t...

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Van Renovation

Posted 5 days ago

I have a self-contained Toyota Liteace Van that is all set up, however the set-up isn't practical. Am wanting a complete re-jig of the internal space and want someone who wants an interesting job. I'm fairly handy so am able to help if need be. Am wanting a small kitchenette built at the rare of the van, and some under bed storage. I have pictures of the general layout, and a pic of the kitchen I'd like to copy of a van I've just been to see. Your quote should cover materials plus labour.

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Kitchen renovation

Posted 1 week ago

Need some walls configured and 2 walls removed to open up my kitchen to the plans that have been drawn up buy a Kitchen Company.

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Shorten garage, potentially strip and re clad.

Posted 1 week ago

We have an old aluminum garage, approx 9 x 6m. We are needing to shorten to 7m in length to make way for a drive way. Also to adding a sliding door access and a window. We would be interested to know costing to completly re clad and re roof, also using existing framing. Also to make it a single larger access roller door as apposed to the current double. Time frame needed to start by asap to 2 weeks.

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Wooden wall repair and skylight install

Posted 1 week ago

Wooden wall repair: Due to age of house we are needing to replace bottom of external wall approx 2700mm x 500mm as per photo's. Skylight install: We are looking to reinstall a skylight that was originally there, but got covered over. Please see photo's. For any queries, please get in touch.

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Fence pailing

Posted 3 days ago

Replace mesh fence with wooden fence pailings 1.8m high and circular barbed wire on top. Can use existing steel post to build around. Back to back fence. Roughly 7m fence.

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Repair / Cover Cracks to Bulkheads

Posted 1 week ago

Hello, We have a upmarket dental practice in Newmarket where a MDF bulkhead has cracked. Plastering and painting wont fix it as being MDF it keeps moving. We need someone to look and make some suggestions. We think a wooden bead over the cracks or a white flashing covering the cracks maybe best. Happy to meet on site and discuss. All costs covered for visits and work. happy for works to be done on charge up.

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Turnkey 3-lot build

Posted 2 days ago

Turnkey build of a 3 houses and driveway. (The works are what's show as STAGE 2 in RC drawings in the link below. STAGE 1, already complete ...... L/view?usp=drivesdk) building consent and construction drawings will be shared with interested parties.

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Wall extensions

Posted 6 days ago

I need to construct a wall around the deck, I would like to create a sitting room eventually. Along the fence I would like a wall made of sheet plastic like the roof. I would like this to surround most of the deck . I would like like open doorways to allow access to storage areas and walkways ie, to barbecue, to under the deck storage and to a walkway entry into the Portocom.

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Westmere renovation Kitchen demo

Posted 4 days ago

Kitchen removal, and make good ready for new kitchen install - includes wall fixing for shelving and shifting power points and plumbing to match new kitchen plans. Kitchen install is late september. Note larger job on builderscrack for masterbedroom rennovation - similar timeframe. Ideally would prefer same contractor for both jobs.

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Roof framing on addition

Posted 1 week ago

My current builder has lost his help and is running behind getting the roof ready for new long run on the 26th of July. I'm looking for another builder to work along side him and frame the new roof into the existing house. Preferably someone with their own tools who knows what they're doing. LBP not necessary.

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Interior and exterior work

Posted 1 week ago

We have leaking in the back of the house which has caused damage to the interior. We need both the roof and in interior repairs.

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Making room

Posted 3 days ago

need to make little room in shop

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Small deck and stairs

Posted 1 week ago

A small deck and stairs, over the top of existing bricks that are dangerous.

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Remove built in desk and drawers

Work carried out by an employee of the company

19th June 2021

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 5
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 5
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 5
Communication
 5

PVC gate and fence panel installation

Work carried out by the owner/operator

19th July 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
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 5

Villa: weatherboard repairs, as well as a couple of other items

Work carried out by the owner/operator

30th June 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Removal of Masport freestanding fire

Work carried out by the owner/operator

23rd June 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Ceiling crack assessment and repair quote

Work carried out by an employee of the company

10th July 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Internal wall removal & patchups

Work carried out by the owner/operator

28th May 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Single car port kitset from Shedandshelter

Work carried out by the owner/operator

3rd June 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

French door install and window removal

Work carried out by an employee of the company

28th June 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Rear stairs and porch

Work carried out by the owner/operator

18th May 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Replace Window Sill

Work carried out by the owner/operator

13th June 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Internal renovation 1940s ex State

Work carried out by the owner/operator

7th June 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Taylors Rd. shed / carport

Work carried out by the owner/operator

9th June 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Downstairs garage conversion

Work carried out by the owner & subcontractors

20th June 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 3
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 3

Rangehood installation

Work carried out by the owner/operator

14th June 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
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 5
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 5

Remove bathroom mirrors x 3 & 2 TV brackets of walls

Work carried out by the owner/operator

23rd June 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
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 5

Extend wardrobe door opening from single to double door

Work carried out by the owner/operator

11th June 2021

Workmanship
 5
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 5
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 5
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Partial wall removal

Work carried out by the owner/operator

22nd June 2021

Workmanship
 5
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 5
Schedule
 5
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 5

Wall patch ups

Work carried out by the owner/operator

14th May 2021

Workmanship
 5
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 5
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 5
Communication
 5

Weatherboard proofing

Work carried out by the owner/operator

27th May 2021

Workmanship
 5
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 5
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 5
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31st May 2021

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Diamond Renovation & Maintenance Services

Joined May 2021

We are experienced and professional team who strive to provide the best service for our customers and completing the jobs with high standard. We service throughout North Island.

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Lifeline Construction Limited

Joined February 2019

We specialise in finishing & all the finesse/finer side of building work. Experienced in Residential New Builds, Light Commercial Warehouses, Commercial Apartments, Foundations & Shop Fit-outs. We have built the 814 IVORY Apartments in Grafton. Rawhiti Estate Retirement Village in Remuera. 12 Single story open plan living Residential Homes in Papakura. Foundations for the New World in Red Bea...

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Genesis Landscaping

Joined July 2013

Hi, I've been in the trade for 16 years. We specialize in all landscape construction and also horticulture. This company is built on integrity, value, trust and listening to you...the client. We are passionate about doing a well finished job and attention to detail. Check out our website for references and some of our past work. Cheers, Jeremy.

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Space Building & Developments Ltd

Joined June 2021

Hi, I am qualified builder, LBP license and registered Master Builder. More than 10 years experience in construction. Running my own business to do all building works including Bathroom & Kitchen Renovations, Interior Fit-out, Cladding, Deck&Fence&Pergola&Carport etc. not a handyman but a real good builder. Would like to help out all your property needs and add valuation. very good reputation on...

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Binh Duc Limited

Joined August 2017

Hi there. We are a team of three experienced Vietnamese tilers and waterproofers who have been working together on some general bathroom renovations, tiling and waterproofing for the last 8 years. No matter how small or big your job is, we’ll always get it done on time and at a very high standard. We're Certified Mapei and Bostik Waterproofing products, it's mean we can provides PS3 Waterproofing...

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N & P Building

Joined October 2020

Qualified builder, two man team both with 8 years experience in the building industry. We Specialize in decking, pergolas, fencing, light renovations, interior/exterior maintenance Our main focus is completing jobs to a high standard in a reasonable time frame, all work will be priced beforehand with no hidden costs.

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VSAL Construction Ltd

Joined February 2021

Hi, I began as a builder in 2010. Over the years I developed my building skills under various building companies and managed to started my own business two years ago. I did lots of small jobs from renovations and any interior constructions to landscaping and any exterior layout. I believe in a proactive approach to all aspects of my business, but in particular to quality, safety and delivery. By...

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Blackstone Project Management

Joined June 2019

We provide fixed price / fixed timeframe renovations for homeowners and property investors from kitchens and bathrooms through to full interior and exterior renovations, basement conversion and extensions. With extensive experience in the building and construction industry and a great team we are able to offer peace-of-mind that your renovation project will be done effectiently and to a high stan...

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Quality Service Tradie

Joined May 2021

Property Maintenance & Handyman Services in Auckland Quality Service Tradie has you covered when it comes to either your Commercial or Residential Property, Office or Building. We specialise in Assembly, Disassembly, Fencing, Installation, Repairs, Maintenance, Moisture Barriers, Insulation, Handyman Services, Building Projects & more.. • Assembly & Installation - We assemble...

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JJ Property maintenance

Joined June 2011

Self employed for over 20 years. Vinyl laying for over 40 years. Experienced in both domestic & commercial jobs. Can lay floors, walls (disabled showers etc;) bartops or pretty much anywhere it is possible to lay vinyl. I do not usually advertise as I have gained plenty of work by word of mouth & have many happy customers to testify to this. Will measure, quote, prepare & lay the job from star...

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Lonepine Construction

Joined July 2021

Lonepine Construction are an Auckland based team of 6, consisting of 3 qualified and 3 apprentice builders. Specialising in the following; - High End New Builds - Spec Homes - Renovations - Alterations - Extensions - Bathrooms - Maintenance - Decks - Project Management We pride ourselves in the quality of our workmanship, transparency and cost effective solutions to ensure every...

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Trafford Masonry Ltd

Joined September 2018

Trafford Masonry Ltd specialise in Bricks, Blocks, Paving and Landscaping. Welcome to Trafford Masonry, We offer more than 20 years of experience and qualifications within the trades above and we work all over the Auckland area. Our workmanship is top quality and we believe in do it once and do it right. No job too big or too small. Trafford Masonry Ltd offer you : • Brick and Block...

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GILLZ Homes and Renovations

Joined December 2019

Hi, my name is Daljeet Gill and we specialise in Major Renovations and Newbuilds/Alterations/Extensions, we also do smaller jobs like Bathroom/Toilet/Laundry/ Kitchen Renovations. We do waterproofing (We are Council Registered PS3 Author So no inspection required for Waterproofing, Save inspection Cost and time) and Tiling as well. We have experienced team of professionals and hard working indi...

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Triple R Property MaintenanceLtd

Joined March 2019

General Property maintenance and renovation. Roofing, painting, Plaster, decking, fences, water blasting, kitchens, bath, electrical, plumbing, waste removal, paving, retaining wall and all your handyman requirements. Free quotes and on time promises of work completion.

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mju construction ltd

Joined January 2017

Hi there i have been building and renovating houses for the last 10 years. I mainly specialise in renovations big and small and do the odd smaller jobs from time to time.I am very professional and work hard to get the job done to a quality standard whilst providing competitive quotes.

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SaMYETA Contracting Ltd

Joined December 2016

Our company specializes in building houses, renovating, decking, fencing, complete landscaping and any type of concreting jobs. We also do smaller jobs as required. We are very professional and work hard to meet deadlines for project completion. We pride ourselves on providing competitive quotes and working to your satisfaction. Honesty is our policy.

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Jacob's building services ltd

Joined May 2012

Registered company, LBP builders and other trades we have been doing construction business in Auckland region for last 17 years. different building work such as (renovations, extensions, building repairs, decking, new garages or convert garages to sleep out or bedrooms, Leakey houses repairs), also we have professional team for other jobs such as external/internal painting, decorating, wallpapers...

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Task

Joined December 2010

Hello, This is our purpose and services:- Carpentry Painting Fencing Retaining Walls Concreting Vinyl Floors Carpetting Kitchen Decking and Handrails Access Ramps and Pergolas We have a great team that meets quality,time and within approved costs. We respect the needs of our customers and we are honest with all our dealings

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Skilled Renovations Ltd

Joined June 2013

Hi I've been building now for 20 years i specialize in bathroom, kitchen's decks. we specialize in renovation I also do smaller jobs. We are very professional and work hard to meet deadlines for project completion. We pride ourselves on providing competitive quotes and then completing jobs on budget Experienced tiler & licensed waterproofer

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urban dwellings

Joined March 2021

Hi We have been building as a partnership since 1984 .Start my building 1978.We specialize in major renovations and architectural homes,smaller jobs are done time to time.We pride ourselves on our good workmanship

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