Testimonial, Andrew Allen - Kaipara
"The feel of your place, you'll love it. It's strong, it's warm and it's dry. If you haven't considered it you should, and if you consider if you'll probably build with it " - Andrew Allen
Testimonial - Rob McIntyre, Waiheke Island
"A couple of things – we absolutely love our new home, it is so warm and solid. Our power bills are approx. 40- 60% less than our last home which was a new build as well. We always knew it would be warm but it is the overall solidness of the house that was the real surprise, our site is pretty exposed and you literally would not know if there is a storm outside.
We would never build in any other way ever again (and this is our 3rd new build so we know a few things about the process)." - Rob
Testimonial - Craig & Sarah, Kaiapoi
"It's like living in a chilly bin- not an always cold chilly bin, but it's just so well insulated that it's almost independent of the temperature outside" - Craig
Testimonial - Heather & Noel Birch, Christchurch
"We wanted a warm house, we wanted something that would enable us to stay here as we got older and older. The main reason we chose Formance was because of the insulation factors and the fact it was all pre-done and went up easily and quickly" - Heather Birch
Testimonial - Alan & Val, Nelson
"So we moved in just at the end of winter - We had some cold days and nights where it was 7°c, 8°c, 9°c overnight and the coldest it's been in this house is probably about 19°c!" - Allan & Val
Formance from the builder's perspective
"These buildings are absolutely flying up" - Nelson Vining - Meridian Construction
Project Timelapse - South Hornby, Christchurch
Next-generation learning environment being built quickly in Christchurch with Formance SIPs. High-performance panels were pre-assembled for rapid installation times on this school in Christchurch New Zealand. Time-lapse cameras catch all the action over three days showing just how quickly a new school can come together.
Why should we consider SIPs instead of Sticks?
Hear CEO & Founder, Nick Hubbard explaining SIPs and why it's time to consider building better homes in New Zealand.