As of August 2020, all single-storey detached buildings with a maximum floor area of 30m2 can be constructed without any building consent.
Any plumbing work still requires building consent, meaning if you want to add anything like a bathroom or kitchen to your Kiwi Cabins building you will still need to apply for any necessary consent from your local council.
If you still have any questions visit your local council for their specific consent rulings or take a look here for general information.
Any electrical work must be carried out by a registered electrician, If you’re wanting electricity in your Kiwi Cabins building then we recommend you work with your own electrician to get what you’re picturing. In some operating areas we do have partner electricians who we work with to fit out our buildings.
We ask that all sites where you wish to place a Kiwi Cabins building are firm & level.
The most important thing to remember when preparing a site for a Kiwi Cabins Building is that it’s level, if it isn’t then it can cause problems later down the line when the building settles – these problems will therefore not be covered under any warranty that may have been given.
Delivery & Assembly
All the prices on our website include free delivery and assembly within 30kms of our Waikato, Auckland or Bay of Plenty sites. Delivery & assembly further than this can absolutely be arranged at an extra cost.
If you want to find out whether or not you qualify for free delivery and assembly or if you want to talk about delivery costs to where you are, contact us!
Please note for South Island customers, prices at this time will be higher as we currently have no South Island retail branches and products will have to be shipped from our Manufacturer in the Waikato at your cost. – This being said we are still happy to work with you to find the best shipping solution for your Kiwi Cabins Product.
If you’re interested in having one of our team members come to your site and measure up, take a look at the groundwork and just generally have a chat about the build/product, then you can contact us to organise a site visit.
Warranty & Repairs
Most of our products come under our standard three-year warranty. Our warranty is not a money-back warranty, rather a service style where if anything goes wrong we will come and fix it for you.
Please note that any warranty given will not cover consumer faults or acts of god (weather, natural disaster etc.) but that we will still come out and fix these faults for you at consumer cost.
Fixes/Repairs are sometimes just necessary, everything from the unlevel ground making doors warp to the kids accidently backing into the corner of the shed when they’re learning how to drive. Who better to fix a Kiwi Cabins product than the Kiwi Cabins team themselves, we know our products – we built them for you, so we can fix them for you. Get in touch today to talk to someone about coming out to fix something up for you.
Only some of our products are available as flat packs and the prices are dependant on what product it is, if you were interested in assembling your own Kiwi Cabins building then contact us to ask about it.
Please note that any warranty or guarantee given with our products normally, would not be given with flat pack products.
Take a look at our new Custom Products page!
We have three displays currently; Tamahere – Waikato, Swanson – Auckland, Ohauiti – Bay of Plenty.
If you wanted to visit any of our display yards, all viewings are by appointment style bookings, so if you want to visit our Contact page to arrange a viewing time.
You can also take a look on our homepage to see countdowns and details of the next few home shows we will be at.
Timber is a natural product with natural characteristics such as; colour variations, warping, shakes, splits, knots, knot holes, and varying surface finishes.
We supply timber products designed for external garden use, and as such our designs take into account timber’s natural characteristics and properties when designing for structural integrity.
All timbers are checked prior to shipment. Between the point of shipment and assembly the characteristics of timbers may adjust, sometimes this is more evident in pressure treated sections, due to the manufacturing process. Once assembled timbers may continue to adjust to environmental factors such as the weather and load. If you require a smoother finish you may wish to sand some of the timbers, but this is an individual choice. Splits and cracks in wood are typical and are part of the integrity of the timber and cannot be guaranteed against