At Brindabella, we believe a professional approach to design, project management and the building process benefits not just us – but our clients, too. We maintain our builder’s licence so we’re able to offer a wider range of building services to our clients.
We are proud members of the Housing Industry Association (HIA) and the Kitchen & Bathroom Designers Institute (KBDi) and undertake regular, ongoing professional development to stay ahead of our field. Our head designer is a qualified Certified Bathroom Designer and has been a national judge for the KBDi design awards in recent years.
We regularly enter a variety of state, national and international awards programs and have no hesitation in having our projects judged by our industry peers. We take pride in every accolade we receive but, most importantly, our long (and growing) list of satisfied clients is the true reward for our hard work.
You’ll be surprised and delighted at our high levels of customer service and how easy the bathroom renovation process can be when you work with a professional business. Why not talk to us today and let us show you how you can benefit from our years of experience?
Your guide to renovation success
We all love a bad news story and our favourite tabloid press and current affairs television shows are quick to pounce on the “dodgy builder” who, in reality, only represents a minuscule proportion of our industry. But, no one wants to get burned, so here are our tips for not only surviving your renovation, but actually enjoying the process as well:
- Work with a licensed builder – always check that licenses are current with the Department of Fair Trading.
- Look for quality industry memberships – members of these organisations undertake to commit to a high level of professionalism and conduct.
- Ask for specific design qualifications – specialist designers have an intimate knowledge of the particular design challenges faced in a variety of spaces. A Certified Bathroom Designer knows exactly what’s needed to create the perfect bathroom for you and your family, and is up to date both on the latest trends as well as relevant Australian Standards.