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In New Zealand, many people face the issue of having an outdoor living space they can't use. This is due to the weather being too hot in summer and too wet in winter, with rain in between.
A fixed structure allows for a weather proof solution, that is cool in summer by bouncing the heat away, and dry in winter with a sealed finish. Combined with outdoor blinds, the space can be enclosed to create a beautiful, yet functional, outdoor room.
Given that the typical square metre rate to build a house in New Zealand is typically $2000+ per square meter, the ability to expand your living space with an outdoor room adds a lot of value for less cost.
You gain a living and entertainment space for a fraction of the cost of adding another internal room to your house. Plus, the added benefit of allowing plenty of natural light into your house, along with a beautifully aesthetic piece that you will be proud to show off, makes an outdoor room the go-to solution.
You want a great looking outdoor living space as a place to relax, or entertain, throughout the year. You are a quality person with a lifestyle that requires the perfect place to recharge.
To ensure quality people get quality products, we choose to go with the supplier with the best reputation. That way, we always provide a quality finish with every outdoor room.
Not only are the materials quality, but the workmanship and the team are all about exceptional customer service.
We believe our business will grow with satisfied customers giving referrals and testimonies, therefore we aim to please.
Functional space is one thing, but what about look and feel? It's hard to relax in a space that doesn't provide a sense of peace and serenity, and part of that comes down to how the space is designed and built.
Whenever a customer decides on an outdoor room through us, we design the roof to their specific needs. We will typically connect to the house fascia, or against the wall, which helps the roof blend in with the existing structure.
Oftentimes, people are worried about big ugly brackets that prop a roof up, visible for the world to see and judge. Not us - we prefer discrete brackets (when required) hidden under the house roofing. This allows us to build engineered structures that look great.