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The highly regarded Registered Master Builders House of the Year competition celebrates building excellence within New Zealand - being the building industry's most prestigious competition. The competition awards the best homes, builders and the craftsmanship behind them. Each entry is examined by a panel of judges who use a points based system to determine award winners. For more information visit houseoftheyear.co.nz

Our extensive list of awards are a testament to our skills and high level of quality.

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National Winner & Local Supreme Winner

  • 2015
  • Under $250k - $500k

An expansive open-plan family area, including a new classically styled kitchen, has transformed the former cramped living spaces and small, dark 1930s galley kitchen. At 40sqm the extension is modest in size but has made a hugely positive impact on this four bedroom home.

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Silver Award Winner

  • 2011
  • Under $250k

Expanding the living area and kitchen of this 1960s home has transformed the way the owners and their 3 children use their house. The original kitchen was small, out-dated and its location meant the person cooking was isolated from the living area...

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Gold Award Winner

  • 2010
  • Under $250k

This 1950’s house had a very small dining area adjacent to the kitchen and a separate lounge which did not allow for a combined living area. There was no easy access to the outside, where there was a small fenced yard with a deteriorating deck...

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Silver Award Winner

  • 2010
  • Under $250k

The owners of this 1970’s two storey house had found that the existing living area was not big enough for entertaining friends and family. In addition, the exterior doors opened off the living area directly into the prevailing wind, making the outdoor area inaccessible...

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Silver Award Winner

  • 2009
  • Under $250k

This 1916 two-storey villa has undergone a series of renovations in its life time, but not all of those changes have been in keeping with the original style. The current owners have slowly been restoring the house, so an important part of this alteration was to retain the existing style...

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Silver Award Winner

  • 2009
  • $250k - $500k

The owners of this 1930s art deco house wanted more space but were passionate about the character of the house. They wanted to ensure it remained true to its original art deco form, even with a second storey extension...

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Silver Award Winner

  • 2008
  • Under $250k

This 1930's Californian bungalow was expanded to fit the owners' growing family. The original layout had limited and poorly lit living areas, and the aim of the renovation was not just to increase the size of the living space, but to increase the usability of that space...

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National Winner

  • 2007
  • Under $250k

Walking into this newly renovated house, it is impossible to tell where the original house ends and the renovations begin. The style of this elegant 1930s two-storey Georgian home has been maintained throughout with the use of wide rimu skirting and architraves, tongue and grove rimu flooring and wooden joinery...

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Gold Reserve National Finalist

  • 2006
  • Under $250k

The owners of this two-storey brick and cedar home wanted to create bigger and lighter living areas. Built in 1987, the house had small, dark rooms and limited indoor-outdoor flow....

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