Tru-Built has been established for over 25 years and has built over 400 homes from Brisbane to Gympie. In many styles from traditional timber houses to rendered skillion roof houses including Queenslanders, loft houses, two stories and split levels. With over 100 standard designs Tru-Built tends to build on step sites but level sites are becoming a more common place but there is always and emphasise on timber floors.
As timber is a significant part of Tru-Built so is termite protection. Tru-Built was the first builder on the Sunshine Coast to exclusively use timbers which are resistant to termites. Most builders now adopt a similar approach as indicted by the “Blue or Red” framing although at Tru-Built we go a step further. Even our door jambs, skirting, window reveals and architraves are termite resistant. As the local timber yards and hardware stores would not stock these products we established our own timber yard “Unique Timbers” so we could control the quality of the timber used in our houses and the guarantee of supply. With our own timber yard we buy in bulk and pass on the these savings to our clients many of whom continue to buy from our timber yard long after their house is finished.
With over 30 years experience building on the Sunshine Coast, we have tailored our inclusions based on what our clients have selected and what suits our environment. We offer a Standard and Luxury inclusions range, and everything in between. We allocate allowances for floor coverings, tapware, kitchens and appliances, so our clients may choose any items they like.
With the recent threat of bushfire, it is important that homes are built to their correct Bushfire Attack Level rating. We obtain a BAL report prior to beginning your design, so we can design your home to suit the requirements.
Queensland has extreme weather - hot one month, cold the next. When designing your home, it is important to take into consideration the effects of the weather on your block. Maximising breeze and reducing the effects of the afternoon sun are important factors when designing your home.