10 Year Master Build Guarantee
Issued by the Master Builder Association to protect you from highly unlikely events such as loss of deposit, non-completion of the building work, or defective workmanship and materials.
12 Months Maintenance Guarantee
One of the biggest advantages of moving to a brand- new home.
Fixed Price Guarantee (No hidden extras)
Each client gets detailed drawings to accompany the transparent price breakdown and specification of the build. Indelible Homes strives to provide our client with the most competitive pricing structure on a price per square meter basis. So you'll get no surprises or blowouts to your budget.
Home Completion Guarantee
Your payment to us are 100% secure.
Strong partnerships make better homes.
We are Master Builder qualified and provide you with a fixed price quote and the best guarantees in the business. And with more than 10 years' experience of building homes under our belt, we manage your home building process seamlessly, from initial planning, design and resource management, right through to the build, interior design and finishing. Each client gets detailed drawings to accompany the transparent price breakdown and specification of the build. Indelible Homes strives to provide our client with the most competitive pricing structure on a price per square meter basis. So you'll get no surprises or blowouts to your budget.
Ask anyone who has been through a building project and they will tell you one of the biggest decisions of
the whole project was choosing a builder. Your choice of the builder will make or break your build experience.
There’s a lot more to choosing a builder than getting the best price. Luckily, the Registered Master Builders Association exists to ensure a safe and reliable avenue for kiwis wanting to find the best builder for the job. The Registered Master Builders Association has been a well-respected brand in New Zealand for over 100 years. The organisation is dedicated to fostering a building industry renowned for quality workmanship, good training and skills, as well as providing a channel for redress if things ever do go wrong.
A Master Builder is a practitioner who has been vetted by the Registered
Master Builders Association as having the necessary skills, licenses and
knowledge to adhere to government-backed building guidelines and codes.
There are two main trade organisations that builders in New Zealand can belong to - the Registered Master Builders Association (RMBA) or the New Zealand Certified Builders Association (CBANZ).
Builders who belong to the Registered Master Builders Association must meet one of the following criteria:
. A minimum of six years building experience, comprising completion of a carpentry apprenticeship, or a relevant tertiary building related qualification (e.g. B.Arch, B.Eng, NZCB, NZCQS, NZCE, NZCD); and have at least three continuous years as a builder in business on their own account, and/or in the day-to-day management of building business.
. A minimum of eight years continuous building experience, comprising at least five years as a building contractor in business on their own account, and/or in the day-to-day management of building business, whether having completed any formal examinations or not.
In order to become registered, a Master Builder must provide a number of trade references and examples of their work. A Master Builder is inspected a number of times throughout the year by the RMBA.
Whether it’s a commercial, residential or renovation project, working with a Master Builder reassures homeowners they are working with someone who has the relevant skills and qualifications to do the job properly. A few benefits of using a Master Builder: • Master Builders are governed by a Constitution and Code of Conduct, which they must comply with at all times. • A registered Master Builder can offer a 10-year Master Build Guarantee on new home and renovation work. Under this guarantee, the homeowner is covered for loss of deposit, non-completion of work and materials, workmanship and structural matters. • The Registered Master Builders Association has representatives in every region of New Zealand allowing for regular checks on workmanship and building practices. • To become a Master Builder, a practitioner must prove they can successfully run their own business. A good track record goes a long way in reassuring the customer that the builder is competent in project management.