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Custom Design and Construction On Any Budget

Custom Design and Construction On Any Budget


Leading Hawke’s Bay building company, SS Homes, offering residents the opportunity to create the home of their dreams

AUCKLAND, NZ—January 10, 2013—SS Homes, a leader in the customised home building industry in New Zealand, is pleased to announce the availability of personalised home designs and building services.

Unlike other design or building companies, SS Homes is unique in that it provides full-service home building options. The SS Homes Teams works with clients from start-to-finish to create their dream home, and can accommodate any budget.

SS Homes works with clients to bring their initial ideas to fruition, and each step of the process is effectively and efficiently managed. The company was founded by Jason Sullivan, a design expert, and Cam Hislop, a certified and licensed New Zealand builder.

“What we understand that sets us apart from other designers or builders is the fact that a home is about a lot more than simply creating a structure where you can live,” said Jason. “It’s about creating a space that accommodates your lifestyle, your family and your needs, which is why it’s so important to us to
work with our clients from start-to-finish. We do it all so that we can ensure the moment you step in your new front door, you’re amazed. We take the time to listen to exactly what our clients are saying, and then we deliver on that.”

The home building company places high priority on working with local tradespeople throughout the construction of homes, which helps keep prices low.

Prior to starting any home building project, SS Homes creates an agreed-upon plan and outline, with milestones for completion of certain aspects of the process. This allows clients to adequately prepare throughout the duration of the construction of their dream home. In addition SS Homes offers a completely transparent billing and pricing process, the provision of comprehensive insurance and a 10-year builder’s guarantee covering any necessary repairs during this time period.

“People are often shocked that we can accommodate both their needs and their budget,” said Jason.

“We work with people with a variety of budgetary restrictions, and can still help them design the perfect space for them. Creating a custom home doesn’t have to mean you’re very wealthy, and that’s what we strive to demonstrate.”

For more information, please visit: http://sshomes.co.nz/builders-hawkes-bay

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