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Trade Checka is based in Auckland New Zealand and we are open during standard business hours. If you do not wish to complete the contact form feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call 09-889-2464 the Moved Foward Ltd Team who operates Trade Checka on.
Trade Checka is owned and operated by Dean Thompson who operates Moved Forward Ltd.
Both companies bring together 50 years of experience in sourcing Trades People and Contractors for projects in New Zealand and the southern hemispheres. We are passionate about empowering the homeowners with tools to assess good people to deal with for their next project.
Auckland, New Zealand, 0600
Advice when entering the trade.
When asking a Trades Person or Contractor to complete a check form, you may need to explain that you are putting much trust into them and you need to make sure that they are the right person for your project and this information will help them in choosing the right person with good business practice
When you get the Trades Person or contractor check consent form back to you, it is essential you conduct the check because some people will complete the form hoping you won’t complete the check and they may not be of a character and may not meet the project.
You should always get more than one quote for your project and then ask your preferred to complete the check form.
Don’t be afraid to ask the Trades Person or Contractor to structure better terms especially if they are a newer company or sole trader. Conformation deposit can be smaller (5% of the job) unless the Trades Person or Contractor is applying for council consent, materials paid on the first day of site (most contractors have accounts or credit options) and Labour costs paid at agreed parts of the project and alway pay a Trades Person or Contractor for work unless there is real dispute.