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The House of Your Dreams

The House of Your Dreams

At Jennian Homes, they don’t just build houses, they build dreams. For over thirty years they have helped thousands of New Zealanders into their dream homes, with a range of lifestyles, from young families to ‘empty nesters’. At Jennian they understand that no two clients will be the same and that a new home is the most important investment their client will ever make. By listening to their client’s ideas, Jennian will help create a home that not only suits their personality and lifestyle but is exceptional value for money.

Since incorporation as a family business in 1982, Jennian has built over 10,000 homes throughout the country and has never failed to complete one. By choosing Jennian the client knows what to expect and what it will cost from the outset. With Jennian Homes there are no surprises.

The aspect that sets Jennian apart in the residential building market is that the focus is entirely on what the customer wants and needs. The belief within the company is that the building process starts with you, the client. Jennian Homes’ work begins with listening carefully to find out about your lifestyle and understanding the needs and aspirations for your new home.

At a time when we all need to be doing our bit for the environment, Jennian Homes are very conscious of building houses that run efficiently. They call it ‘future proofing’, making sure they build the latest technologies into Jennian homes so they will be perfect for the family in years to come. Energy-efficient techniques, such as double-glazing windows, and recirculating air through DVS heat systems lower energy costs, while state-of-the art security systems mean your family can live in complete comfort and safety.

One of the most important of Jennian Homes’ ‘future proof’ building categories is their health and safety requirements, where they install ventilation and hypo-allergenic carpeting to protect families from health problems such as allergies and asthma. The second is security and automation, where they can install the latest automated digital systems so that people can light, heat or lock their house at the touch of a button.

All Jennian Homes come with a Master Build Guarantee and they use the best products and top people. Jennian has been building homes for 30 years and is still always looking for ways to improve. For further information on Jennian Homes, please visit their website at www.jennian.co.nz.

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