Tag Archives: Scope of Works

Canterbury Green Zone building guides

The Ministry of Building, Innovation and Employment has released two Quick Guides for builders working in the Green Zones (TC1, TC2, TC3). Very useful for residents too. They are: The Guide for Canterbury Builders Below–Floor Work The Guide for Canterbury … Continue reading

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Gib board damage – best practice for assessment, repairs, and replacement

With an increasing number of complaints about the quality of Fletchers/EQR repair work, having an understanding of what constitutes good practice and appropriate repairs is a good form of self help (and self defence). Winstone Wallboards, manufacturers of Gib Board, have … Continue reading

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Updated guidance for the repair and reconstruction of homes in Canterbury published

The Department of Building and Housing (DBH) today released a publication Updated guidance for the repair and reconstruction of homes in Canterbury. A PDF copy can be found here. It is an update of a document released in December 2010. … Continue reading

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CanCERN Q&A with IAG & Hawkins

CanCERN and IAG, along with IAG’s project manager Hawkins Construction, have discussed the processes involved for customers of IAG who are faced with over-cap repairs or a rebuild. Other insurance companies that come under the IAG banner are: Lantern, NZI, … Continue reading

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EQC complaints procedure – using it on Wednesday

Some people in the street have received their Scope of Works from EQC. As most properties had an assessment in late October, as did we, it seems reasonable that everyone should have had some communication from them by now. Not having … Continue reading

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