A Winning Plan…

Izzie | 04/20/21

When looking to make a new building addition to your property or home, the secret to success is in the planning stages. The good news – KiwiSpan has a nationwide network of experienced licensees, spanning from Northland to Christchurch. With a local shed expert readily available to you, our team can sit down and talk you through the planning process and give you specific advice on different KiwiSpan materials and shed designs. Perhaps more importantly, our team have local knowledge of the land and weather conditions that will impact your new building.  

Built to the highest standard and made to withstand the harshest of New Zealand conditions, here are some key things to consider and discuss with your KiwiSpan team when you are planning your new building; 

  • Building site  

The area or piece of land for your new building is critical to the planning stage. Is the area flat? How accessible is it? Will you require services like power and water? KiwiSpan have a range of options to consider so you can make the best decision in planning for your new building.

  • Usage – now and in the future 

How you plan to use your new shed, now and in the future, will be a major part of the planning process. Whether it be simply for storage, additional living space or auxiliary working space, all KiwiSpan sheds are fully customisable, so they can suit your specific lifestyle needs. Our team are very used to clients seeking multi-purpose sheds and can help you create a flexible space to meet your brief. 

  • Design and Style 

KiwiSpan has a building design solution for you – from garages and sleepouts to American style barns and farm storage or even aircraft hangers, KiwiSpan’s leading-edge design technology will help you plan to get maximum value out of your building investment. KiwiSpan can also offer a range of roofing and cladding colours, door and window heights and widths, to ensure you can choose the right style to complement your home or other buildings on the property

  • Consent process 

In 2020, new rules were introduced that meant low-risk building work, such as sheds, carports and sleepouts, in many cases no longer need council consent to be built. KiwiSpan will help you identify if consent is required, which will help speed up your decision making and ultimately the timing of when you can start using your new building. 

  • Peace of mind delivery 

It’s important in the planning process to identify how KiwiSpan will help you deliver to your plans. While our buildings are available in kitset form, our trusted local team can construct them on-site for ultimate peace of mind. 

Chat to your local licensee about your project and they’ll provide a free quote based in your exact specifications. Contact us HERE today to get the ball rolling on your next project.

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