Under The Department of Fair Trading NSW (DFT), it is a mandatory requirement that we comply with:

We go one step further by supplying:

  • Written results on the testing that has been carried out on your installation/modification for your future reference.
  • We always supply a receipt and a ten year workmanship warranty on all new work, regardless of cost.

Other compliance requirements

Under the current home building laws which commenced on 15 January 2015:

There are a few other compliance issues that a trades person must comply with. They relate to everything from advertising, dealing with customers, to supplying contracts for building works.

If you are planning to engage a trades person for your project, it is advisable that you obtain further information from DFT. Please visit –

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