+64 22 019 3969 stefan@nailed-it.nz

Nailed It Guarantee


Apart from our New Zealand Certified Builders Membership, we also have our 10-year Halo Residential Guarantee so you are assured of a 10-year protection after the building process.
We use our own 100-point quality assurance checklist as we work through each section of the build to ensure the highest level of workmanship.


Nailed It Contractors is a family-run business and understands that every project is a big investment in both time and money for our clients. That’s why we do our utmost to make you feel comfortable and confident during the entire process of the build. You can trust that…
● Our quality staff, subcontractors and processes mean we guarantee our workmanship and you can expect nothing but the best.
● Our staff follow the Nailed It “Rules of the Game” which enumerates our site rules and daily expectations which our crew abide by for commitment and accountability.


Once your contract is signed, NO CHANGES will be made on the cost of the agreed quote. If you want to add any changes during the build, you are welcome to do so and these changes will be noted as variations. All these variations will be approved by you and invoiced along the way.


Being on the same page is important when planning and building a new home or renovation. So, we make sure that…
1. You have clarity at every stage of the process by sending out weekly reports that are emailed directly to you.
2. We have a 24-hour communication policy, meaning you will receive a response within 24 hours GUARANTEED!


We guarantee an accurate quote for the construction of your home, which lays out for you all the costs involved and where your money will be going.


We work to the original discussed timelines at the time of quoting to ensure we meet our deadlines, unless some unexpected events happen out of our control.


To give you further confidence that your home is being built to the highest standards, we only use trusted professional subcontractors who we would be happy to use on our own family home.

Stefan Biggelaar