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New Zealand’s Best Builds Announced This Saturday!

New Zealand’s Best Builds Announced This Saturday!

The Registered Master Builders 2017 Supreme Awards for House of the Year and Renovation of the Year will be awarded this Saturday 25 November at the prestigious Registered Master Builders 2017 House of the Year awards.

Taking place at SkyCity in Auckland, this year’s Gold Reserve National Finalists also have the opportunity to win one of 14 national categories. These range from renovations and new builds, to show homes and builders’ own homes, and for the first-time multi-units such as apartments. They will also have to opportunity to win four Lifestyle Awards and the Craftsmanship Award.

House of the Year has been setting the standard of what is possible in the construction industry for more than 25 years. As the prominent house building competition, this year it has evolved to reflect the changing landscape with the introduction of three new categories, one for multi-units and two for volume and group housing. The focus of Master Builders continues to be on achieving the highest quality across all house builds.

A media release with all the results will be distributed at 10pm on Saturday 25 November.

The Awards are made possible through the support of PlaceMakers, Master Build Services, GIB, Nulook, CARTERS, Plumbing World, Resene and Bunnings Trade.

For more information about the competition, visit


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