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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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Are You Considering Adding an Ensuite to Your Master Bedroom?

Posted 24/11/16

Should I build another room for my ensuite or should I alter my existing master bedroom to fit one in? It might not seem like an important question, but there are pros and cons to consider for both these options... Adding an ensuite - should you extend or convert your master bedroom? Insta

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Your Ultimate Lawn Comparison Guide

Posted 30/04/21

f you’re wondering what type of lawn to go for, we’ve got you covered. After reading this, you’ll know what type of lawn best suits your needs, budget and lifestyle. Plus you’ll get some practical lawn advice from one of our professional Landscapers who’s been in the trade for 25+ years

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Need to Add an Extra Bedroom for Your Kids?

Posted 10/11/16

Kiwi parents have on average 1.9 kids, which works fine for those who have three bedroom homes. Except when you have more than two children, have guests over to stay or want to use a bedroom as a study or home office. That’s when adding on an extra bedroom for your kids is a great solution to gi

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Asbestos Removal - Stay Safe & Hire a Professional

Posted 07/01/15

If you’re looking at buying or renovating a property built between the 1940’sand 1980’s then there’s a good chance that it contains some Asbestos... A fibrous mineral that’s found in metamorphic soils and rocks, it was a popular and widely used material in the building industry due to its

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Choosing Between Another Storey or Adding a House Extension

Posted 16/03/17

Extending your house or adding another storey can give you the much needed space a growing family needs. We look at the advantages and disadvantages of these two renovation options... How to choose between another storey or a house extension Depending on the size of your backyard, you can

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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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Creating Successful Indoor Outdoor Flow in Older Homes

Posted 05/01/17

Great indoor/outdoor flow is high on the must have list for many homeowners. But achieving this this can be a challenge in older homes... Summer weather just makes us want to head outdoors. Unfortunately, this is easier said than done for many homeowners with older homes. Older properties

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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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Home Renovation and Repair – It’s All in The Prep

Posted 29/06/18

Renovating or doing work on your home can be a big investment – yet most of us put more effort into choosing a pair of shoes or a new camera. Repairs might not be as exciting as new clothes and gadgets but if you want a good result, value for money, and minimum hassle, the more you think abou

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Latest renovating case studies

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

Living the Dream: Geoff Converted This '86 School Bus Into a Home-on-Wheels

It's an unconventional story about home reno, dating and travelling NZ. On a foggy Christchurch morning, Mary and Geoff are cosily seated in the living room of what once was a Ritchies school bus. Geoff gets up to welcome me through the manual folding door and I’m immediately greeted by the warmth from inside. The 11 metre vehicle is now home to Geoff, a luxury tour bus driver who has made it his mission to convert the 1986 Hino Blue Ribbon into a house bus fit for travel. The border closures have left Geoff without work, but he’s chosen to see the silver lining. From touring with bus loads of people to now just two, Geoff says with time on his side, he is most looking forward to the freedom. “Just the freedom to stop and explore,” Geoff says. Travelling with him is companion Mary, a retired teacher of 53 years and Vice President of the Christchurch North Community Patrol, who says it will be nice to have some peace and quiet on the road. “And yet I can still run t

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

Garage Door Colour Update Challenge Solved By Our Tradies

A simple colour update for her garage doors was all that one homeowner wanted. But it proved a little easier said than done until a “can do” tradie was found... The Job Paulette wanted to update the colour of her metal garage doors from what she called a “bland new denim blue” to a more striking ebony black. The Challenge Paulette contacted the garage door company to find out if, and how, the colour could be changed. They came back with two options; replacing the doors entirely at great expense; or powder coating at a cost not much less than new doors, and required them being taken away for two to three weeks. The Solution Not satisfied with these options, Paulette turned to builderscrack.co.nz to see if there were any other options. She already trusted the platform, having used it in the past to find some great tradies. For Paulette, the “ease of use is the best thing”, going on to say that “once you’ve used it the first time, it’s easy to go back and use again” and

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

Expert Tiling Provides The Finishing Touch to a Kitchen Renovation

Hiring an expert tiler gave the final polishing touch to one of our homeowner's stunning kitchen renovations...... Only a few months ago Natalie's kitchen was a dark space, coated in the once popular dark blue of the 90's. It not only made the already small kitchen appear tiny, but it created a dark feeling throughout the wider open plan living area. Fast forward to today, and the transformation is something out of a magazine. Not limited to the kitchen itself, but also the lightness it's brought to the rest of her living space. The Vision Natalie started with a firm style in mind, along with some key "must have" elements. “I had a vision of what I wanted, I wanted it bright, fresh, clean, compared with the dark blue.... every time I came into the space there was a gloomy feel to the room.” A essential element was to incorporate a crisp, white subway tile splash-back. The Execution After sorting her kitchen supplier, she turned her attention to finding a ti

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

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

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

Sleek Splashback Completes Kitchen and Laundry Reno

After moving in, they realised time wasn’t so much of the essence. It was about enjoying the experience, and they’ve been chipping away at their renos for the past four years. Enter the most recent job: a sleek white tile splashback. The renovated kitchen was missing one thing: a splashback With 12 jobs done and dusted on Builderscrack, Daniel was confident he could find a professional to help him finish off the kitchen and laundry. “We did the kitchen a couple of years ago, and the plan was always to put a splashback in there,” Daniel says. “It was more of a finishing touch than a necessity at that time. “But when we renovated the laundry at the start of this year, we thought now’s the time to do them both.” As with most renos, the paradox of choice can make it hard to decide on the perfect finish. “So we went to a few tile places and actually took some free samples home to see what they’d look like. “My partner was unsure about tile choice afte

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Upgrade kitchen island panel

Posted 3 weeks ago

Would like to add some colour to the existing kitchen island. Current floor and island have two different timber variants and now I think it would be good to have some black coloured panels to give it some contrast. I had an existing placemat which I used as an example in the picture.

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Kitchen renovation

Posted 3 days ago

Looking to remove and update kitchen and add an island and appliances.

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Need someone to put up a few tiles

Posted 3 weeks ago

Plumber had to fix my shower handle left us a whole in the wall three broken tiles which need changing to fix the whole in the wall

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Bedroom makeover with walk-in wardrode

Posted 2 weeks ago

Create a simple walk-in wardrobe with a sliding door, change bedroom door to open the other way, plaster and paint walls, and if budget allows, build a surround and seat to go around bay windows. Electrician also required to move and add sockets.

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Wanted to replace the current shower box as it leaks

Posted 1 week ago

Hi I wanted to replace my full shower box needed a quote to make a decision Thank you

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House Renovation

Posted 2 days ago

Interior demo - New kitchen - New bathroom sliding door to be installed and shower installed (possible permit required) - Wall to come out between Kitchen and Lounge (possible load bearing) - Removal of lounge back door, French doors installed from lounge into courtyard with a built step / small deck - bedroom, Wardrobe and hot water cupboard doors to be re painted and sanded. Hot water cupboard frame needs to be replaced - new paint and sand of all interiors rooms etc - new door handl...

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Complete kitchen

Posted 3 hours ago

Kitchen needs to be gutted and new joinery built and installed. Also will need plumbing and flooring. We have a good idea of what we want. We have a new oven and fridge already and will need other item such as stove and extractor and sink etc.

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Bathroom renovations

Posted 3 weeks ago

Ensuite: - replace bathroom vanity - Shower tap/tray/lining - either lining to the ceiling or dome - replace extractor fan - repair minor gib rot. - replace lighting Separate toilet; - replace sink Bathroom 1: - replace bathroom vanity - Shower tap/tray/lining - either lining to the ceiling or dome - replace extractor fan - repair minor gib rot. - replace lighting - replace bath ? depending on cost. and replace tiling.

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Kitchen Rennovation

Posted 2 weeks ago

Want to renovate my kitchen approx 3 m2 and would like to include my dining area into kitchen and have one island bar .Would like tradies to quote me for the rennovation .

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Kitchen and bathroom renovations + other small things

Posted 3 days ago

I purchased my home in 2019 with the intention to do a number of renovations. I would like to make my kitchen, dining room and lounge open plan, with the kitchen being entirely refreshed. I would also like to complete a reconfiguration of my bathroom (incl purchasing new bath, vanity and shower). I am looking for someone to complete the design (based on my wants) and implementation of the renovations. At the end of this year, I am booked in with a company to have all windows and door...

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Bathroom repair/renovation

Posted 1 week ago

We currently have a shub and would like to replace this with a bath and would like to replace the bathroom vanity as well We have a leaking tap over the shub at the moment which would need to be replaced as well and the wall needs to be repaired/replaced where it joins the shub at the moment. Ideally we would like this done ASAP due to the leaking tap

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Main bathroom and ensuite bathroom renovations

Posted 4 days ago

Hi there, We are wanting to have both our bathrooms renovated. We’ve done a lot of the annoying work in deciding what fixings etc we want but are now looking to find someone available to do the job. So if anyone has availability and would like to work with us on doing this job please get in touch to discuss and quote on the jobs and hopefully lock something in. We look forward to hearing from you, Lindsay Clark

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Replacement of bath with shower surround, dome and waterproof. No finishing

Posted 2 weeks ago

Removal of old path and half panel screen. Installation of new bath and wall liner, and installation of glass enclosure. Sizing of dome and apply waterproofing all areas. All new hardware components are on site. Reuse plumbing fittings. Also provide a 900*1200mm square of GIB for other repair job. No need to pain finish any surfaces. Needs to be completed by Sun 01 August.

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Minor renovation to existing bathroom

Posted 4 weeks ago

We would like the bathtub removed, washing machine and dryer mounted to the wall. Also replace basin with a new one. We will provide the new basin.

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Kitchen reno

Posted 2 weeks ago

Will need to renovate and extend kitchen. Need more space, I have the space, may need to take off some partition to have the extra space.

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Garage to sleepout and other landscape renovation

Posted 3 weeks ago

Hello. We are looking for a builder for the following project(s): Garage renovation- we want to turn our garage with back room into a 3 room sleepout/workshop (prefer 2 rooms sleepout, 1 workshop). If the garage is unsuitable we may be open to removing the garage and rebuilding into a sleepout or granny flat. We would like finished interior walls, floor and ceiling, insulation where possible, possibly more windows, potential new entry doors and electrical outlets throughout. We might wan...

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Kitchen fitting with some remediation

Posted 3 weeks ago

We have purchased a second hand kitchen that will be complimented with some new cabinets and new benchtops. We require fitting of the base cabinets ( not including any of the handles, doors, hinges and fittings), some remediation work behind the current kitchen cabinets (hopefully just jib), fitting the benchtop with sink and cook top, a wall oven unit. We also require an assessment if a wall is load bearing or bracing that we are hoping to remove.

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Kitchen/Living/Dining renovation #2

Posted 3 weeks ago

We're looking to renovate our main living area in our 1940's stucco house. Will involve knocking out a wall, Closing in and cladding an unused back door, potentially altering the ceiling, build new toilet and laundry area, build new wardrobe and removing old bathroom. Basically opening up the back end of our house. Details are currently being worked out with an architect. We are looking for a builder to do the work.

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Remove wall #2

Posted 4 weeks ago

lookong for a quote to remove this wall (if its possible). is on lower floor of a 2 story house. Has power in it also. Would like it left in a state ready for re-painting of the edges.

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New bathroom renovations

Posted 6 days ago

Hi there, I would like to remodel my bathroom as soon as possible… I don’t want to change the layout but want to replace the shower, toilet, vanity and bath… plus potentially re-tile. I would like someone to help manage this project so I don’t have to coordinate different trades people. I also have a few galvanised pipes in my house that I want replaced while the bathroom is ripped out. One wall of my bathroom backs on to the laundry which I also want to replace the taps with a sup...

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Recent renovating reviews

With over 200,000 reviews in total, and an average rating of 9/10, you can be confident that your job will be handled with the utmost care.

Bathroom floor and reno

Work carried out by the owner & subcontractors

26th August 2019

Workmanship
 4
Cost
 5
Schedule
 4
Communication
 4

Renovation of Small Room #2

Work carried out by the owner/operator

3rd November 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Install

Work carried out by the owner/operator

11th May 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 4
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Recessing #2

Work carried out by the owner/operator

18th April 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Replacing bthroom fittings and new flooring

Work carried out by the owner/operator

3rd March 2021

Workmanship
 4
Cost
 4
Schedule
 3
Communication
 4

Shower over bath

Work carried out by the owner/operator

25th October 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

"Minor" Bathroom Renovation - Looking for estimates

Work carried out by the owner/operator

19th June 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

2-into-1 bathroom

Work carried out by the owner & subcontractors

29th November 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Lineing an office with Plywood

Work carried out by the owner/operator

8th January 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Shower Head and Shower door seal replacements

Work carried out by the owner/operator

19th August 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Renovate 3 small rooms to 2 larger rooms

Work carried out by an employee of the company

17th January 2021

Workmanship
 4
Cost
 4
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Bathroom repair and replace

Work carried out by the owner/operator

2nd July 2021

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 4
Communication
 4

Cover encapsulated asbestos popcorn ceiling with gib board

Work carried out by the owner/operator

27th June 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Home upgrade

Work carried out by the owner/operator

21st November 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Replace bath with shower (and considering other renovations to bathroom also)

Work carried out by the owner & subcontractors

18th September 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 4
Schedule
 4
Communication
 5

Re align oven unit

Work carried out by the owner/operator

19th September 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Replace Shower Mixer and bathroom tabs.

Work carried out by the owner/operator

4th September 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

Reno bec roberts

Work carried out by the owner/operator

27th May 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 4
Communication
 5

Remove wall, re-jibbing, plaster and electrical

Work carried out by the owner/operator

18th December 2019

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 4
Communication
 5

Kitchen renovation

Work carried out by the owner/operator

1st July 2020

Workmanship
 5
Cost
 5
Schedule
 5
Communication
 5

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Handyman Plus

Joined August 2018

Hi there , I'm available to do any general Handyman Work, Gib Board repairs / Click Clank Laminate Flooring / Painting Interior and Exterior / Fencing / Decking / Touch up Plastering / general non compliance building work / Water Blasting / Fitting Doors and Hardware / Skirtings etc . l have been doing this on and off for some 40 odd years . l have also completed a number of per...

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Terrene Earthworks and Carpentry Ltd

Joined July 2021

Hi, I'm Gareth from Terrene Earthworks and Carpentry Ltd. A newly established construction business based in Wellington. With over a decade of operating heavy machinery and working on high end residential renovations in the harsh and steep environments of Wellington, we have gained vast experience in tight and hard to access jobs with quality results. Competitive rates and quick turn arounds is wh...

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NZT Telecom LTD

Joined May 2019

Telecommunications in General Fibre Connection Pole Work Internal Wiring Asphalting and Concretrete Reinstatement work TMP work. Road - Footpath - Private property’s

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Skinner n Skinner building company

Joined September 2010

Hi, We've been building new houses and renovating old ones for the last 15 years. We've been in wellington for the last 15 years and have worked on jobs around the city as well as in regional parts of wellington. While we specialize in major renovations and new builds we also do smaller jobs from time to time. We are very professional and work hard to meet deadlines for project completion. We prid...

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Orkney Developments Limited

Joined April 2016

Hi we build new homes, carry out renovations/alterations and do general maintenance work as well. Our passion is energy efficient passive solar homes, but we are open to any carpentry work. We have a team of highly skilled and licensed tradesmen, as well as an apprentice and hammer hand. We pride ourselves on our integrity and putting you the client first. If you choose to work with us you w...

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JVSL Construction Limited

Joined April 2011

We have over 20 years experience in the building industry. Our work has varied from Projrect Management, small bathroom/kitchen renovations/ medium alterations to design and build of new homes. We have excellent references that show we take extra pride in any work we undertake. Due to our robust tender procedure we are able to provide a competitive quote and have built a strong team of tradesman'...

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RDO Ltd

Joined July 2020

Hi - I'm fortunate to be able to complete a very wide variety of work. Having worked in the building, construction, maintenance and technology industries all my life. I'm happy completing small or large jobs in a domestic or business situation. I'm happy to visit and review your "Challenge" and offer advice or assistance as required. Many referees will testify to my consultative style, a...

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LJW Carpentry

Joined May 2012

LJW Carpentry All things building and maintenance to your home. With a combined 20 years building experience, LJW Carpentry can provide you with building solutions for your property. Prompt, courteous and professional. We can provide a full team of sub trades to make your project hassle free and get the job done to a great standard. For every customer our aim is to bring a quality and re...

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PacBuild

Joined January 2018

Hi, My team have experience in a number of building projects which includes new builds, renovations and boundary fences, gates retaining walls etc. From time to time the team will do smaller jobs to fill in between projects. We pride ourselves on the quality of our workmanship while remaining conscious of delivering a project on time and on budget.

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JK Project Management

Joined June 2012

JK Project Management looks after all the trades on your projects to give you one simple point of contact. Renovating? Full build? Landscaping? - Let us sort the builder, sparky, plumber etc. As well as offering Project Management, we also offer Excavation works, Driveways, home handyman, rubbish removal, tiling, plastering, painting from all the trades on our books. Having so many trades on...

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Building renovator

Joined March 2017

Hi, I have been building for 20 years, I am a licensed builder, and licensed plumber, and a certified water proofer. I have completed some large renovations but also do the smaller jobs as well. I like to do reno work as it is more satisfying. and pleasing the customer is my ultimate aim I can always guarantee satisfaction.

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M10 Services Limited

Joined January 2019

Good day, We are an expanding company operating in the Wellington region for over 3 years, We manage new builds/ renovations working with a extended team of trusted and proven sub contractors to deliver projects start to completion. The team has a personal investment and do good attitude inside and outside of the work uniforms and hours. Our completed projects have been performance and quality...

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COE BUILT Limited

Joined June 2019

Been in the building industry for 13 years. Qualified and LBP holding carpenter , specializing in home improvement and renovations. My goal is to help people renovate their homes, to be become warmer dryer more livable spaces. No jobs to big or small. Get in touch for a quote today.

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kinsale

Joined December 2019

general home and commercial alterations and extensions. team of 2 experienced builders with 70 years combined experience. We have a team of trusted and reliable sub contractors who work with us. As a one stop shop we can provide services from design council approvals (if required ) and construction.

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Carpentry & Civil Ltd

Joined May 2019

Hi, my name is James Palmer and I'm the managing director of Carpentry and Civil Ltd. I've been in business since 2012 and have a reputation for quality workmanship. I pride myself on doing a quality job for a fair price. I believe I have excellent communication and will work with you to get your job done safely and efficiently. I have vast knowledge in experience across multiple trades and want...

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Greig Building Solutions

Joined November 2019

I am trade qualified in carpentry. I have a vast range of experience including new builds, alterations and extensions. I specialize in decks, fences and retaining walls. I also do small jobs like replacing rotten weatherboards and property maintenance. I have a very high standard of work and always keep the site clean.

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Rubios Pro Limited

Joined August 2018

Hello There, We are a reliable and trustworthy company with the experience and skills required to be able to provide the most professional care to maintain your house looking as good as you would want it. We can ensure you that our workers are hardworking and are ready to finish the jobs as soon as required with a great quality job . Call us for a free quote, good prices guaranteed.

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Craig Property Services

Joined April 2015

We specialise in small works comprising of refits of kitchens and bathrooms, e.g. fixing water leaks. 30 years of experience in building new houses, rebuilds and completing extensive renovation and maintenance work. We work hard to a plan our work, finish on time and within budget.

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Can Do Plumbing And Gas

Joined July 2013

Hi, I have been a plumber and gas fitter for 12 years. I specialise in renovations, new housing and commercial. I also do some maintenance work. I have a strong work ethic and have pride in my work. Thank you for your time Chad

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Ameribuild

Joined January 2019

Ameribuild supplies affordable, top quality windows and doors nationwide! Once you’ve decided on a material and style for your windows and doors, simply complete our online quote form and we’ll get back to you with a detailed quote. We work with a range of qualified builders throughout New Zealand to measure and install joinery, no matter where you are. Our no-pressure sales approach lets you get...

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