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Association and Memberships

Davies Homes are Licensed Building Practitioners 

For peace of mind, you want to be 100% sure that the builder you choose to build your new home is a builder of the utmost integrity.
You need a highly qualified and experienced builder with a solid reputation for producing extremely high-quality homes. You want a builder who will not cut corners when it comes to quality of workmanship, as their name will be registered against your home. 

Licensed Building Practitioners (LBPs)

LBPs are designers, carpenters, brick and blocklayers, roofers, external plasterers, site and foundations specialists who have been assessed to be competent to carry out work essential to a residential building’s structure or weathertightness.

If you’re thinking of getting building or renovation work done on your house or apartment, you need to check if it’s ‘restricted building work’ (RBW). If it is, you’ll need a licensed building practitioner – or LBP – to do it.

Restricted building work involves the building’s structure, weathertightness, and design of fire safety systems.

Because this work is so important, it’s only allowed to be done by licensed building practitioners (LBPs). LBPs are assessed before getting licensed and have to maintain their skills to keep their licence.

Restricted building work and the requirement to use LBPs to do it, was brought in on 1 March 2012 (through changes to the Building Act 2004).

Make sure that your builder and all subcontractors are Licensed Building Practitioners!

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