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At what stage do I involve a builder?

It pays to get your builder involved early on. Simple advice from a Certified Builder when making critical decisions such as choosing a section, deciding on architectural style or selecting building materials can save you a lot of hassle later on.

Why is it important to select a Certified Builder?

A Certified Builder is trade qualified and offers the protection of building contracts. With a Certified Builder you will also be provided with the Home first 10 Year Builders Guarantee.

Do I need building consent?

If you are carrying out building work you may need to apply for a building consent. Below are some examples of work that requires consent:

  • Structural building including new buildings, additions, alterations, accessorybuildings e.g. sheds,and re-piling
  • Plumbing and drainage
  • Siteworks for a building
  • Retaining walls higher than 1.5 metres, or a retaining wall with a building or driveway near the top
  • Fences higher than 2.5 metres and any swimming pool fence
  • Swimming pools
  • Decks more than 1.5 metres from ground level
Do I get a guarantee?

Yes.The full Homefirst 10 Year Builders Guarantee will cover you for:

  • Loss of deposit
  • Plumbing and drainage
  • Structural defects for 10 years
  • Non-structural defects for 2 years
  • Alternative accommodation
How can I keep my project within budget?

We recommend entering into a full building contract which will enable you to know exactly the cost of the project and what you will get for this.

Can I make changes during the project?

We welcome any changes you would like to make to enhance your home. Any requests incurring extra labour and/or material costs will be treated as a variation to the contract. All variations will be costed and presented for your approval, authorising the builder to carry out these changes before any such work can start.