Quality always the first priority for Norx

Quality always the first priority for Norx
Norx won a bronze award in the New Home $550,000 to $700,000 category of the Auckland Registered Master Builders 2018 House of the Year competition.

With a 17-year track record of delivering quality homes that continuously amaze its customers, Auckland residential building company Norx Construction has built up an extensive knowledge base which empowers the company to provide clients with effective and professional advice, and organise its projects efficiently, ensuring great savings every step of the way.
Norx managing directors Sean Shen and Nelson Fung say their company’s first priorities are quality, usability, and affordability.
“Building a home can involve many tough decisions, so we then give advice and recommendations based on our experience,” Sean says.
“When you’re building a house, it’s not like an everyday purchase. We are working with someone else’s life savings, that’s why we make quality, usability, and affordability part of our main focus, and why when we build houses, craftmanship and workmanship are the things we focus on. We don’t make speed the first priority, we make quality the first priority.”
Norx sets high standards for all its tradesmen and subcontractors, with the management team ensuring quality is checked and verified throughout all stages of every project lifecycle.
“We want to build a house as if we were building it for ourselves,” Sean says. “That’s something I tell my site managers – how would you do it if this was your house? They know what they would want for their own home.”
As a member of the Registered Master Builders Association, and a proud winner of multiple House of the Year awards, Norx takes immense pride in its workmanship, as this year’s entries testify.
Norx took out a bronze award in the New Home $550,000 to $700,000 category of the Auckland Registered Master Builders 2018 House of the Year competition for a stucco showpiece inspired by the grand homes of southern France. “This home brings a little Provencal style to Auckland,” Sean says.
Laid out under cathedral ceilings, the central living area is simply astounding, with kitchen, dining and family spaces as one. Five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and two further living spaces fill out its spacious 270sqm floor plan.
The kitchen is the piece de resistance of op en-plan living with Caesarstone benchtops and wood-grain tiles. Sunshine spills in through numerous windows, blessing the space with warmth and ambience year-round.
A flight of French stairs draws the eye up to the second floor with its generous proportions and chic chandelier. Norx also entered the show home category with a contemporary masterpiece located in the rolling green south of Auckland.
“This home finds harmony in the meeting of traditional and modern design styles,” Sean says.
“It has been designed and built with a natural flow in mind, featuring an eye-opening Caesarstone entry that moves right into the main living area, where super-high ceilings trap energy and draw in a wealth of sunshine.”
The four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two living areas in this home create a natural curve around the outdoor living area, giving each room privacy and a view to the contoured deck.
“At the front of the property, an intricately crafted Zen pond and fountain sit in absolute serenity to calmly welcome visitors.
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