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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 [caption id="attachment_8825" align="alignright" width="255"] Adam Pearce. Bath

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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. Ext

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The Benefits of Building a Conservatory

Posted 22/10/14

If you've been thinking about adding an extension to your home, Building a conservatory is a clever way to add more living space without having to move to a larger home. One of the benefits of building a conservatory is the potential to add a lot of value to your home. Hiring an architect

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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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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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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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5 Tips for Spring Home Renovations

Posted 29/10/14

We've talked to industry insiders and experts, and have put together a list of our top 5 tips for getting started your spring home renovations. Spring home renovations Coming out of a cold winter, spring home renovations may seem like a daunting prospect.  Yes, you've been thinking about i

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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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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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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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Latest renovating case studies

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Check out how homeowners like you are using Renovation Specialists on Builderscrack to build, repair and improve their homes right now.

Debra Harris

Posted 1 year ago

line room with supplied aqua gib. Approx size is 3 meters squared. Install a 800 x 800 shower, toilet and hand basin.This will include all drainage putting holes in foundation to accommodate. install Laundry tub in laundry area including plumbing. Fully finish bathroom including painting floor covering glazing door with perspex Permit is already been applied for.

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Making a house into a home

Posted 1 year ago

Change laundry into second bathroom/laundry combo. Add shower basin and toilet. Put laundry in cupboard

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Refurbishment #2

Posted 5 months ago

Refurbishing kitchen formica kitchen 182cmx52cm

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Flat pack kitchen install. #2

Posted 7 months ago

We have brought a Bunnings flat pack kitchen and have been advised to get quotes on here. We are interested in the cost to remove the old kitchen and replace it with a new flat pack kitchen which has 11 cabinets in total and will include the installation of a rangehood and dishwasher as well as a 600 splashback behind the oven. I have included a picture of the kitchen now and a picture of the kitchen plan for the new kitchen.

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LIDDLE - Master bathroom and family bathroom.

Posted 9 months ago

Master bath - Totally gutted. New ceiling, walls and flooring. Remove bath replace with a shower. Replace toilet. Replace vanity with longer wall hung unit. Family bathroom Remove wall and steal space from adjoining room to create space for a bath. Gut the room. Replace ceiling, wall linings and floor. New bath built in probably because stand alone bath very expensive. New vanity wall mounted. Replace toilet and replace shower if necessary. Budget sensitive so not using top of the line produ...

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Kitchen repair and renovation

Posted 1 year ago

recent water damage, source repaired, but assessment of extent of damage and repair/renovation is required thanks. Will involve some building work, cabinetry, tiling and new functional kitchen island thanks

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Flat pack kitchen install.

Posted 8 months ago

We have brought a Bunnings flat pack kitchen and have been advised to get quotes on here. We are interested in the cost to remove the old kitchen and replace it with a new flat pack kitchen which has 11 cabinets in total and will include the installation of a rangehood and dishwasher as well as a 600 splashback behind the oven. I have included a picture of the kitchen now and a picture of the kitchen plan for the new kitchen.

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Moira Goodwillie

Posted 1 year ago

Install new kitchen I would like kitchen joinery and bench top I will need floor area tiledalso electrician and plumber

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Reno House

Posted 1 year ago

We would like to renovate the whole house, new kitchen and bathroom, paint the whole house, change the ceiling, new lights fitting. Floor area is approximately 140 sqm.

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Geraldine villa reno

Posted 1 year ago

renovation of villa house to make bigger bathroom and kitchen , full plans drawn up by draftsman existing floor 111.9m2 proposed floor 28m2 , total area over external walls ... total area over foundation ... , after full structural quote with electrical & plumbing

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Shower door replacement

Posted 10 months ago

New shower door was installed this year. Door is faulty, and needs replacing. Shower is 3 sided alcove. Replacement door needs to be collected, taken to site and installed. Existing shower door can be disposed of (or keep it. Very little wrong with it)

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50s Batheroom Reno

Posted 4 months ago

Join adjoining toilet and bathroom into one room. Change some plumbing around paint and resurface walls. Add built in linen cupboard where bathroom door was. Tile shower, install shower, bath, toilet and vanity. Walls all brick. All existing fixtures and wall between toilet and bathroom will be removed prior by me. Needs to be done within 4-6 week window within next 6 months.

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New bathrooms

Posted 1 year ago

bathroom - old shower and vanity taken out, walls need looking at

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Gib small kitchen & bathroom

Posted 1 month ago

Gib and tidy up a small bathroom and kitchen in a flat in central Timaru.

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College Road Kitchen Reno

Posted 7 months ago

We would like to remodel our current kitchen, we need to install an island, pantry, drawers, gas hob and oven, range hood, and sink.

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Tui Baylis

Posted 8 months ago

Pull original old bathroom from the 60s out and replace it. We have a new shower, free standing bath and a floor mounted vanity to go in place and toilet next door Keeping the same configuration as much as possible. We are hoping to get it done before we move in, we have just brought the place and take over on the 16th of July but won't be moving in until the 5th of August. I have added photos of the bathroom currently.

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Advice on moving a load bearing wall

Posted 1 year ago

We want to remove a wall that is slightly load bearing. We are moving that wall 3 metres. Just need advice on how to do that ourselves.

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Kitchen install

Posted 1 year ago

Fit a new kitchen and benchtop, cabinets will be assembled.

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Temuka work

Posted 4 months ago

Hi I need a door and lock replacing to my garage its exterior door open to weather plus I need the roofing an sides on my back porch needs replacing plus the roof on my front veranda photos are attached

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Bathroom to wetroom huffey st

Posted 1 month ago

want a project manager to remove our bath and shower, and vanity and create a wet room with a new wall separating the wet area from the rest as per drawings. need advice on shower linings, flooring etc. Also might require building consent? new skirting & cornices probably required. plumbing: vanity is moving 90degrees, so a little plumbing required here. imagine new wetroom drain will be similar position to current bath. under...

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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.

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Solarspark

Joined February 2015

We are a Christchurch based electrical service company.Solarspark can cater to all of your electrical needs from basic quick fixes through to complete installation and design procedures.All of our services are completed through to the highest standard. Solarspark 0211611743 Solarspark@gmail.com

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James Rule Construction

Joined June 2018

Hi, I have been Building for 15 Years. Have worked on a number of new builds , renovations and landscaping jobs over that time. We look forward to working with you on your next project.

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Ferguson contracting Canterbury

Joined January 2018

Been in the trade 10 years last two years self employed but a couple of houses for myself and others no job too big or small , can do excavations decks , anything and a full list of sub trades

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South Design 2008

Joined October 2010

Architectural draughting/design using 'AutoCAD ' on new dwellings, elderly units, extension/modifications, Apartments & Restaurant/bar redesigns. Communication skills. Typing skills. Background in Carpentry & Joinery

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Core Civil Solutions nz Limited

Joined December 2019

Hi, we have been involved in the rebuild of Christchurch for over 7 years. We have experienced LBP builders and able to do a wide range of building works and construction. We are specialist in foundation re-level works and retaining walls, Our team are able to provide a solution that works for you. Please look at our web site for more information. https://www.corecivil.co.nz/

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StoneBridge

Joined January 2020

Hello, We've been in the commercial cleaning business specializing cleaning for large businesses for the last 12 years. While we do specialize in commercial cleaning we also do a number of jobs in Carpet Cleaning and private construction & renovations. We are very professional and work hard and pride ourselves in the quality of service we provide, competitive quotes and customer satisfaction.

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Radics Build

Joined October 2014

New builds, renovations,fencing ,decks, rubbish removals to minor repairs not a problem. Honest and competitive pricing. And reliable any enquiries just call

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Tipene plumbing

Joined February 2015

CALL NOW!!!! Tipene Plumbing Ltd offer all aspects of Plumbing-gas fitting-Roofing-drainage and more this includes maintenance- trouble shooting- new houses- CCTV drain inspections and clearing- septic cleans- slurry control. We uphold a very high standard of workmanship and will try my best to sought your issue the same day! Call now for a free competitive quote PLEASE NOTE MY PLUMBING REG IS...

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Abacus Building Maintenance

Joined October 2014

hi i am a licensed building practioner tradesman carpenter main line of work is building maintenance of all types,i do a lot of bathroom renovations supply and install working with only registered tradesman all types of work undertaken

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Mitre Ben Construction Limited

Joined March 2016

I am a qualified carpenter and specialise in both building & handyman jobs. Decks and fences are something I do often and I am happy to discuss what you are needing done at a time that suits you. I work with a Licensed Builder Practitioner for any restricted building work.

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Natural construction

Joined January 2018

Hello there, glad you have taken the time to read our information, We specialise in renovations, decks, pergolas, new builds, and of course no job is to small, We believe its the little things that count. My team are professional, qualified builders who love what they do, not to mention we are Certified and Master Builders and licensed building practitioners, for your peace of mind But most...

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Wilson Built Homes LTD

Joined February 2018

Hey there. We have many years of experience through the residential and commercial sectors in Canterbury now. We specialise in new builds, reno's, fences, decks, concrete works, general handyman work and so much more. We work and operate Wilson Built Homes with a lot of passion to ensure the clients dreams, ideas and needs are met. We handle every piece of material personally ensuring quality...

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GCM Construction

Joined March 2013

Hi my name ia Gary I'm a fully qualified carpenter , I'm 43 and started in construction when I was 16 . I am not limited to carpentry , I also Own excavators and tipper trucks . I have a very broad spectrum of work which can be concrete driveways , decking , kitchens , bathrooms , demolition work aswell as building work I take pride in all the work I do and my company moto is "My aim is your...

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MCD Maintenance

Joined April 2019

We've been in the trade for 14+ years. We specialize in kitchens and kitchen Facelifts ,laminated flooring, decking, fencing and general maintenance work that you don't get around to do. No job is to small for us and we pride ourselves on providing services that will make you call us again to do more work for you. Competitive pricing and can do attitude is second nature for us. We do what hub...

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Unique Built

Joined November 2019

For quality workmanship look no further. At Unique Built we cover a range of work from your everyday handyman jobs right up to newly built homes and everything in between.

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Limitless Property Services

Joined December 2019

Hi there **Covid 19 update** Although I have not been around anyone that has been over seas, nor have I been over seas, I am more than happy to work in with you for your own Health & Safety. I can set up times to start after you leave, and be gone before you return. Or use the 2 meter distance rule. Please voice your concerns if you require this. My name is Dan and I am a local from Ch...

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Hansen tranter contracting ltd

Joined October 2017

Hi H-T contracting Ltd is a new company specialising in driveways and landscaping. We are also involved in handymen work and cleaning services. Look forward to hearing from you.

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SS The Builder & Property Maintenance

Joined June 2017

SS The Builder & Property Maintenance was born out of frustration whilst trying to solve the same problems on construction sites time and time again. After working with a crazy amount of construction companies I`m ready to change the dinosaur ways of the industry. I want to feel proud of the industry I love whilst constantly shaking things up at the same time. I want to bring modern technologie...

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ko plumb ltd

Joined April 2012

OK Plumb ltd menu # Plumbing # Drainlaying # Waterblasting # Roof leak repairs/replace iron coloursteel. # Spouting leak repaires/replace # Log burner installs # New house plumbing/drainlaying

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Gintas Renovation NZ

Joined October 2016

I've been renovating houses for 15+ years. I focus on getting the job done fast and in high quality while maintaining reasonable prices. My main goal is to understand my client's vision and manifest it as they wish. There are no big or small jobs, all jobs accepted. To see my work you can visit gintas.co.nz

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