Knowing exactly what is going to happen before work gets underway on your home repair will make the process a lot more smooth and easier for you. A new booklet called “What to Expect” has been developed to make sure homeowners understand the repair process – every step of the way.
The booklet includes a pre-repair checklist, an explanation of the pre-start meeting and a glossary of some of the common repair strategies so you have a clear idea of what is going be done to fix your home and how it will be done. Homeowners will receive a copy of What to Expect at the scope meeting. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org to have one sent to you, or click here to read the booklet.
Scoping Earthquake Damage
11 April 2014
1,240accredited for repair work.
1.77bto contractors since start of programme.
Fletcher EQR is a Fletcher Construction business unit
which works on behalf of the Earthquake Commission to project manage the repair of earthquake damaged homes referred to the Canterbury Home Repair Programme.
Generally this is where the damage is estimated from $15,000 to $100,000 plus GST per claim.
Fletcher EQR is operated from a Central Office in Deans Avenue, Christchurch and the repair work is managed from a network of hubs and offices.