Registered Master Builders House of the Year 2021 eHaus Winners

In  by Katelyn BrownNov 30, 2021
eHaus Manawatu's National Award Winning build in Feilding.

Aiming high and delivering exceptional results is one of our values at eHaus, and our Manawatu and Taranaki teams have taken this to new heights at the recent Registered Master Builders House of the Year Awards 2021.

In total, we had five houses in the Top 100 for New Zealand – something we were super proud to celebrate. But the skys the limit, with our eHaus Manawatu team taking out the National Category Winner -New Home $1.5 million- $2 Million and the National APL Sustainable Excellence Award for their incredible Feilding home.

With accolades across nine categories National Category winner, National APL Sustainable Excellence Award, Regional Supreme House of the Year and the prized Regional Prink Batts Craftsmanship Award. There is no end to the quality and acknowledgement of workmanship this home has a been recognised for. Huge congratulations to Warren Dunn and his team, and to Monika Puri and her team at 242am Architects.

Plus, our eHaus Taranaki team Steve and Susie Hofmans were regional category winners with two projects, including a Certified Passive House, which took out the Regional Supreme Award in Taranaki, along with a Gold Award, Regional Category Winner, Regional Craftsmanship Award, Regional Lifestyle Award for Kitchen and Sustainability. What an incredible achievement!

eHaus Taranaki's Regional Supreme Winner, Oakura 2

And it doesn't stop there. Ross & Julie Brown and their eHaus Waikato team won two regional Gold Awards for two of their builds. 

Bursting with pride, we salute you all as champions with seven eHaus’ all part of this prestigious 2021 House of the Year event, and the exceptional results of excellence that have been achieved.

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