Premier home (re)design: Smith & Sons

When it comes to your home, you definitely want a building company with a reputation built on quality construction, and offering sound advice.

Servicing the Port Hills and surrounds including Lyttelton, Sumner, Redcliffs and Taylors Mistake, are local renovation builders Smith & Sons.

Their reputation is backed by numerous satisfied customers who have completed major projects with the company, including home extensions, earthquake and leaky home repairs. Anthony Bown owns the Porthills Franchise and Dean James owns the Christchurch West Franchise.
“We understand that your home is often your most valuable financial asset, and we work with you to create the home you have always dreamed of, to meet your requirements both now and in the future,” says Dean James.

Anthony Bown

“We take an holistic approach to building and work with our established network of design and engineering professionals to create a renovation which is sympathetic to the existing style and structure of your home. No job is too big or complex for us; we pride ourselves on producing outstanding results in difficult building circumstances that others would normally shy away from.

Smith & Sons have the skills and experience to transform your home and achieve your renovation dreams.


“When undertaking home renovations, it is important to have the right team working for you, to achieve the best outcome for your home and your budget. We are that team,” he explains.

“We utilise a three-step process of Design, Plan, and Construct, to save you time and expense. Starting with an initial discussion around ideas and budget, we provide concept drawings to show the end result, and associated costs.

Dean James

“As builders we have a realistic understanding of what’s achievable, and the costs. We take you through the planning, consents, and approvals stages, to completion of the build. We manage the whole project, making it easier for you and providing the reassurance that it is all
taken care of.”

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