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Busy building season well underway

Busy building season well underway
Que homes is known for using cedar as an attractive feature cladding on many of their homes.

Rolleston’s Urban Estates is a busy building hub this summer, with one of Selwyn’s leading home builders –Que Homes – in the throes of constructing several new homes at this attractive new housing development.

The release of titles for Stage 1 means it’s now all go for Urban Estates, with partners Wilsonbuilt and Que Homes proud to be underway.

Situated on the Springston-Rolleston Road, across the road from the new Rolleston College and within walking distance of the Selwyn Aquatic Centre and the town centre, Urban Estates is ideally placed to enjoy all the local amenities of this thriving community.

Nearby Foster Recreational Park is currently being developed to include sports facilities, a large children’s playground and walkways.

The fibre and services-ready subdivision has all the right covenants in place to encourage a consistent high standard in build and design.

“The next stage will be coming along soon so now is the perfect time to start planning for your new home at Urban Estates,” says Que Homes’ owner Justin McDonald.

Since it started in 2012, Que Homes has gained an enviable reputation in the Selwyn district for quality work, exceptional client service and excellent trade partnerships.

Based in the Selwyn suburb of Prebbleton, the family-run business is supported by Torque Construction and Tormax Ltd. Also owned by Justin, these are the construction and concreting providers on each build.

As well, the company uses reputable suppliers for fittings and finishes, including Altherm Windows; Westlake Timber; Mark James Roofing; Trends Kitchens; and Austral, Midland or Canterbury Clay for bricks and tiles.

“We’re like a one-stop shop home building group and our clients appreciate the certainty that comes with that approach. It means you have the knowledge and expertise available to deliver what people want – it reduces delays and makes the whole experience so much easier for everyone.”

Que Homes builds up to 40 new homes a year, catering to a discerning clientele seeking a quality build and an interactive, personalised building experience. Que Homes is known for using cedar as an attractive feature cladding on many of their homes.

“I meet every client to make sure I understand their specific needs, whether it’s for a scullery or extra storage. My job is to fulfil their dream of the home they’ve always wanted.”

Que Homes follows a well-mapped and proven process that leads from design through to fit-out, project management and compliance. Typically, a Que Homes build will take 22 weeks from breaking the ground to completion.

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