Building or renovating a home can be a big decision, so it's important to do some research.
When choosing a builder:
- Talk to the builder and ask them questions.
- Ask for their professional opinion.
- Ask to see examples of previous work they have done.
- Find out what areas of expertise they offer.
- Finally, word of mouth.
M.R.A Building takes pride in knowing that our each project is managed from start to finish with the highest standard of craftsmanship.
Communication is also held in high regard to us to ensure the client is included with all building decisions throughout the process and regular communication is made from beginning to end.
Our biggest referral is word of mouth but don't take our word for it, hear what our clients have to say...Browse our building projects
MRA Building were DEFINITELY the right builders for our project.
From beginning to end Mick gave us feedback and updates on how the build was progressing and managed to keep within the completion timeframe. MRA Building shared our vision and delivered a such beautiful space - that we are having to pinch ourselves to remind us this is actually real.
We highly recommend Mick & the team @ MRA Building for any building projects.
Chris & Liz Stokes
Massive shout out to Mick and the boys at MRA Building for putting together our awning just before the warmer weather arrives... Clean lines, everything symmetrical and made a small space feel so much bigger with the near 3 metre height!
We had MRA Building project manage and complete the renovations on our beach front, 2 story house on the Marina at Culburra Beach (South Coast NSW).
Michael and his team truthfully did a fantastic job, managed the entire project professionally within project specs and council requirements, including sourcing high quality materials fit for site and purpose, protected the property and land, undertook all construction/painting (structural and otherwise), provided expert and much needed advice, undertook full site clean up and rubbish removal and stuck to timeframes and projected costings.
I am about to use them again.