Refresh Renovations specialists help restore Wellington’s waterways
Refresh believes that sustainability is paramount, this is why we are a proud sponsor of the Million Metres Project. Find out more about their journey to a cleaner and greener NZ here.
Outdure’s Qwuikbuild system is a simpler way to create floating deck areas
Have you always wanted to develop your outdoor space? Outdoor areas are perfect for enjoying the summer weather or entertaining guests. Find out how Outdure’s products can take the hassle out of your next outdoor project.
Placemakers unveils the Essential Collection kitchen range
Placemakers is are offering their Essential Collection with a lifetime warranty on internal hardware. This range of kitchens is characterised by the quality elements offered at an affordable price. Find out more about this range of products here!
Customtek makes life simpler with home automation
Refresh is happy to announce their newly formed partnership with Customtek. Customtek provides home automation solutions for home renovations as well as new builds. Find out more about how home automation can simplify your life here.
Wellington builder shortage hammers home
The nation’s capital city has been experiencing a builder shortage in recent months. According to the Ministry of business, this is a bigger issue that may take more than a few years to resolve.
Refresh is committed to making a difference
Refresh is proud to support the Million Meter Streams project and helping reverse the negative effects that farming, forestry habitation have had on our once healthy lowland waterbeds. Find out how far we've come since getting on board with this initiative!
There are now tiles on the market that claim to eliminate 99.9% of surface bacteria. This means less cleaning and a much safer environment for small children, pets, and anyone who enjoys rolling around on the floor all day.
Asbestos Changes Impact Home Renovators
Asbestos started off as a commonly used building material in the second half of the 20th century, because of its heat, fire and noise resisting properties. After numerous claims workers becoming ill from lung diseases throughout the years, regulations began to tighten and the import of asbestos in NZ was banned in 2016, however many homes built prior to the year 2000 still contain the toxic substance. Find out more here.