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It’s entirely up to you. Because Procuro are New Zealand Master Builders you are able to purchase an independent guarantee that provides cover for 10 years.
The guarantee will cover you for
It always pays to get your builder involved early. Simple advice from a New Zealand Master Builder when making critical decisions like choosing a section, architectural style, plans and building materials can save a lot of hassle later on.
Yes your guarantee can generally be transferred to the new home owner. Application for the transfer must be made within 30 days of settlement. Having the guarantee gives the buyer peace of mind and will help to sell your home
Only a New Zealand Master Builder can provide you comfort in the knowledge that your builder is trade qualified and offer the protection of consumer friendly building contracts. With a New Zealand Master Builder, you also have the option of purchasing an additional guarantee that provides 10 years cover.
We recommend entering into a full building contract which will enable you to know exactly what the cost will be and what you will get.
If you undertake structural work or work that affects the weather tightness of a building, and the building is residential, then that work may be classified as Restricted Building Work. Restricted Building Work can only be done and/or supervised by a Licensed Building Practitioner (LBP).
You pay on a progress payment system as detailed in your building agreement. One advantage of full contract is you only need to make payments to one company and payments are made at specific stages of the project. When you receive a written contract quote, we will provide you with a payment schedule and also a construction schedule so you know what to expect and when to expect it.
If you are carrying out building work you may need to apply for a building consent.
Here are some examples of work that requires consent:
If in doubt we recommend you ring your local Council and discuss your project with them.
We welcome you to make any changes you would like to enhance your home. Any requests by yourselves incurring extra labour and/or material costs will be treated as a variation to the contract. All variations will be costed and presented to you for approval authorising the builder to carry out these changes before any such works can be started.