We offer a unique "from the ground up" approach to your design and build. Our design process is rooted in the traditional builder's practice of drafting, but once our plans are in place, we take them into the 21st century using 3D computer conceptualization and photo-realistic rendering. Our designs are produced entirely in-house through the collaboration of our team of builders and designers.
We are able to galvanize everyone working on the project as they are able to see not only the plans, but computer generated fly-though animations, photo-realistic images of the project, the design and colour scheme, scale, and overall feel of the construction project - all before ever arriving on-site. This process eliminates the guesswork and questions before we ever break ground.
As builders first, having the design-end of the project under our own tent enables us to create beautiful, innovative, practical and realistic projects from the very start to the point that the new home owners turn the key to open their new lives.
Connect with us at NZ Builders to experience the advantages of our design process on our next build.
Some of our key design features include:
Plans, design, conceptualization, photo-real rendering
Modern, clean designs focused on creating a livable and healthy atmosphere
Materials and methods that create low-maintenance residences
We focus on the prevention of common water problems that occur over time - roof/deck/window/door sill flashings to avoid water penetration and capillary action. Prevent moisture, dry rot, and mold by allowing home to breathe and by using impermeable building materials such as concrete for the main structure of our homes.
Passive Solar heating and cooling
Each of our designs are site specific to the orientation of each lot and we take into account sun, shade, vegetation, water flow, cross ventilation, view, functionality, aesthetic values, etc. of each lot
Simplify building methods to both improve and speed up the process
Building methods can withstand hurricane force winds, flooding, fire, and earthquakes