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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.’’