Find it at Ja­cob De­mo­li­tion

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Ren­o­va­tors, builders and DIY en­thu­si­asts know Ja­cob De­mo­li­tion is the place for all kinds of build­ing ma­te­ri­als, both new and sec­ond-hand, at very low prices ... prac­ti­cally ev­ery­thing you need for your ren­o­va­tion, build­ing and land­scap­ing projects.

They of­fer a wide range of new and re­cy­cled doors, win­dows, sec­ond hand na­tive tim­ber join­ery, french doors, ranch­slid­ers, bi­folds, kitchen and bath­room com­po­nents, iron and fi­bre­glass roof­ing, floor­ing, in­su­la­tion and many items they don’t make any­more.

Na­tive and ex­otic tim­bers are a spe­cialty in­clud­ing rimu, kauri and matai. Ja­cob De­mo­li­tions rema­chine their own tongue and groove floor­ing from re­cy­cled na­tive tim­ber and also of­fer new tongue and groove im­ported from Aus­tralia.

They sup­ply weath­er­boards in a va­ri­ety of pro­files, fram­ing tim­ber, Aus­tralian hard­wood beams, ply­wood, par­ti­cle board and wet wall lin­ings; Aus­tralian tim­bers – spot­ted gum, brush box, red ma­hogany, north­ern beech at ne­go­tiable prices.

Find great sav­ings on kitchen sup­plies; from cup­boards and sinks to com­plete kitchens with high qual­ity gran­ite bench­tops and ap­pli­ances, both new and used.

For the bath­room, Ja­cob De­mo­li­tion has baths in­clud­ing claw foot mod­els; com­plete shower units, all shower com­po­nents, taps, van­i­ties, hand­basins, laun­dry tubs, toi­let pans and cis­terns.

Garage doors are avail­able com­plete with springs, rails and brack­ets and some in­clude au­to­matic open­ers. New and used se­cu­rity doors are avail­able in a range of colours and styles, along with drive­way and path­way gates.

For your land­scap­ing projects, Ja­cob De­mo­li­tion has old bricks, paving slabs and rail­way sleep­ers.

Ja­cob De­mo­li­tion are agents for Shel­ter Sta­tion por­ta­ble shelters, made from wo­ven coated poly­mer and pow­der coated steel in many sizes, suit­able for a wide range of uses – no per­mits re­quired.

They’re al­ways looking for good qual­ity build­ing ma­te­ri­als; of­fer a prompt free quote and col­lec­tion any­where in Auck­land, as well as an ef­fi­cient, pro­fes­sional de­mo­li­tion and re­moval ser­vice of small build­ings and houses in the Auck­land area.

Ja­cob De­mo­li­tion, 33 Creek St, Drury, just off the mo­tor­way, ph 294 7472. Open 7 days: 7.30am-5.30pm week­days, 8am-5pm week­ends. www.ja­cob­demo.co.nz To be in­cluded, con­tact us at least two weeks be­fore your event is due to take place. Fax your de­tails to: 630-5432, email: edcl@snl.co.nz or write to: Com­mu­nity No­tices, Pri­vate Bag 56910, Do­min­ion Rd, Mt Eden. Pref­er­ence will be given to lo­cal, free, com­mu­nity and char­ity events. Avon­dale-Waterview His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety’s April meet­ing will be held at the Avon­dale Lions Hall, cor­ner Blockhouse Bay Rd and Great North Rd, April 4, 2.30pm. Phone Lisa on 828-8494 or email his­to­rian@avon­dale. org.nz. ber, 7.30pm, at the One­hunga Bowl­ing Club, off Neil­son St. Next meet­ing April 5. Phone Ashley on 622-1737 or Jim on 625-9554.

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