Why use Registered Master Builders?
Not all builders meet the strict criteria to become a Registered Master Builder.
It is not enough just to be Trade Qualified!
To be a Registered Master Builder, building experience, trade or professional qualifications and practical management experience are assessed. Workmanship is inspected and previous clients contacted, to ensure the applicant's work is of a high standard and has satisfied clients' expectations.
In addition applicants must provide evidence of financial responsibility with written references from their bank, public accountant and building material suppliers. Re-certification of members occurs regularly, with checks on financial viability and more importantly their workmanship.
When engaging a Registered Master Builder for a new home or for alterations and additions work (whether built under a full contract or a labour only contract) a Master Build Guarantee covering loss of deposit, non-completion of the work, defective workmanship and defective materials, will be offered by the Registered Master Builder (conditions apply).