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Why Choose a Registered Master Builder?

Building a new home is most likely the biggest investment of your lifetime, so choosing the right team to bring your vision to life is essential. In New Zealand, there is no shortage of builders and contractors to choose from, but not all are created equal. If you want to ensure your new home is built to the highest standards, you should consider working with a Registered Master Builder.

Keep reading for our top reasons to choose a Registered Master Builder.

1. Rigorous Testing to Meet Criteria To become a Registered Master Builder, the company must undergo rigorous assessments and evaluations to meet the quality criteria. This includes assessing their trade and professional qualifications, the onsite management experience, and of course their building experience. Previous clients are contacted to ensure the work carried out is of high standard and satisfied their expectations. Applicants must also provide evidence of financial responsibility, including references from their bank, accountant and suppliers. Registered Master Builders must undergo regular re-certification to review workmanship and financial responsibility. 2. Master Build Guarantee Only a Registered Master Builder can offer you the Master Build 10-Year Guarantee. This guarantee covers materials and workmanship, loss of deposit and non-completion, as well as structural defects. Master Builders are also required to have insurance in place to protect both themselves and their clients in case anything goes wrong. In the unlikely event that something does go wrong and your builder can’t finish the build, the Master Builders Association will step in to get it finished for you. 3. Quality Workmanship Regardless of whether you choose to take out the optional 10-Year Guarantee, there are many other benefits you get to enjoy by choosing a Registered Master Builder. Registered Master Builders are committed to delivering high-quality workmanship. They are required to demonstrate their ability to consistently produce high-quality work that meets industry standards. This means you can be confident that your new home will be built to the highest standards, with no shortcuts taken and no corners cut. 4. Resources and Advice As the voice of the building and construction industry, the Master Builders Association have a wealth of knowledge and experience. Registered Master Builders have access to helpful resources and information about the building industry. They can provide you with a maintenance schedule and checklist after moving in. This maintenance schedule will provide recommendations of what to check for, how to maintain each component of the home, and how frequently. This means you can have full confidence that your new home will stand the test of time.

Building with McBrimar At McBrimar, as a Registered Master Builder, we take care of all the technical and tedious parts so you enjoy the rest. Our Project Management team will contact you when it’s time to make those important decisions, including whether you want to take out the optional 10-Year Guarantee. We’ll sort all the paperwork and lodge it with Master Builders so all you have to do is sign on the dotted line. We’ll talk you through all the maintenance documents at your key handover, then give you some time to settle in before following up six weeks later to go over your checklist and ensure everything is running smoothly. If you’ve noticed anything that’s not quite right, we’ll get this fixed up as soon as possible. We’re proud to be a Registered Master Builder.

Choosing a Registered Master Builder is an excellent decision for anyone building a new home in New Zealand. They offer quality assurance, expertise, and peace of mind, making sure that your new home is built to the highest standards, and that your investment is protected for years to come. So, why not choose McBrimar, a Registered Master Builder, and experience the benefits of working with one of the most professional building practitioners in the industry.


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