Qual­ity work­man­ship recog­nised

The Tribune (NZ) - - GARDENING -

from the ren­o­va­tion were re-laid around the new ex­ter­nal doors. The out­door en­ter­tain­ing space has fea­ture tim­ber rafters. Pen­dant lights made from re­cy­cled cake tins and teapots add a charm­ingly old­fash­ioned per­sonal touch.

The ren­o­va­tion has com­pletely up­dated this stately home and added much more than aes­thetic plea­sure. It has made en­ter­tain­ing a more con­ge­nial ex­pe­ri­ence and added sig­nif­i­cant value for the own­ers.

Such a large ren­o­va­tion was the cul­mi­na­tion of five years of steady growth and de­vel­op­ment for Moss­man Con­struc­tion. Through the lean build­ing years Manawatu ex­pe­ri­enced, Durham Moss­man and his team had built up a rep­u­ta­tion for good work and re­li­a­bil­ity. Be­ing ver­sa­tile kept the team work­ing and gain­ing in skills and it also won them many re­fer­rals. The two de­grees of sep­a­ra­tion that con­nects Ki­wis is a pow­er­ful source of busi­ness when you do a good job.

With the build­ing in­dus­try boom­ing, Moss­man Con­struc­tion love to in­dulge their pas­sion for build­ing new homes. There’s enor­mous plea­sure in see­ing a com­pleted house and the hap­pi­ness of new own­ers. When asked what is your tar­get mar­ket, Moss­man Con­struc­tion direc­tors Jayne and Durham qui­etly look at each other and smile.

‘‘Why stick your­self in a box?’’ says Jayne. ‘‘We love build­ing high end but we can also build to a low bud­get. That’s a chal­lenge too, to give them low cost in­no­va­tion that looks fan­tas­tic.’’

Jayne ex­plains that hav­ing built a house un­der $250,000, the own­ers were able to es­tab­lish their lawns and gar­dens, hang cur­tains and later sell the house for a good profit, build­ing their eq­uity for the next house.

‘‘They’re our best ad­ver­tise­ment be­cause they’re so rapt with their new house and the value for money we gave them.’’

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