Business North May 2021

| 65 Generation Homes Waikato - Rototuna Village Affordable homes without compromise Karen Phelps The 193sqm three bedroom, two living, two bathroom home showcases an affordable build with all the modern comforts people desire including a spacious deck. RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT H ouse and land packages in Rototuna Village are flying out the door as fast as Generation Homes Waikato can release them to the market, says company director Trevor Roberts. But people should sit tight as the next re- lease of Rototuna Village is due later this year and people can register their interest with Generation Homes Waikato now. He also suggests people visit the Generation Homes Waikato showhome at 23 Kimbrae Drive. The 193sqm three bedroom, two living, two bathroom home showcases an affordable build with all the modern comforts people desire including a spacious deck. North facing and with plenty of sun, the home demonstrates Generation Homes Wai- kato’s aim to design each home to perfectly suit the section and make the most of aspect and sun. Clad in brick and Linea weather- board, the home is based on the Ngaroto plan and also features a modern kitchen with scullery. The large separate living room ena- bles a busy family to come together, but also provides space to retreat. Trevor says it is a good example of Gener- ation Homes Waikato’s aim to provide solid traditional homes offering a complete package right down to appliances. “It’s about offering affordable houses to Kiwis without compromising on design and innovation,” he says. Situated in a thriving community between Flagstaff and Huntington, Rototuna Village is one of the newest and fastest growing sub- urbs north of Hamilton and has been incredi- bly popular with purchasers, says Trevor. “Located near to Rototuna High School and a new shopping centre, it is destined to be- come the location of choice to work, live and play,” he predicts. A fully qualified builder, Trevor started Gen- eration Homes Waikato in 2012 after previ- ously operating his own building company for over 30 years. All Generation Homes businesses are owned in a 50% partnership by the local own- er/operator and Generation Homes New Zea- land. Generation Homes was started in 1997 by Tauranga electrician Graham Hockly and builder-business partner David Mansel and has grown to become one of New Zealand’s top ten residential construction companies by volume. Generation Homes Waikato offers a comprehensive range of plans, which can be customised to suit client’ needs. It also builds from their own plans if desired. Ease of build is a real focus for Generation Homes as industry research has shown that 90% of people who build their own home don’t build again. “Stress, hidden costs, quality issues and hold ups play a big part in the reason why people decide building is too hard. That’s why at Generation Homes we offer fixed price contracts and a guaranteed move in date. Email: o Phone: 07 823 4407 Website: Physical address: 233a Hannon Road Cambridge 3493 Postal address: PO 43039 Hautapu 3451 Your partner in Construction Large scaleworks for residential, commercial & rural developments including: • All earthworks • Drainage, roading and siteworks • Commercial building and development • Three-waters infrastructure • Large variety of civil works across the wider Waikato region GROUND BREAKING EXCELLENCE What we do everyday when no one else is looking R PlaceMakers (07) 838 0716 HAMILTON CITY TE KUITI (07 ) 878 8149 MORRINSVILLE (07) 889 8057 Generation Homes with exceptional windows and doors. For ideas and advice, talk to our friendly team today!