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Building the right crew with G.J. Gardner Homes and goodwork

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The recent Homebuilder package, and the addition of the recent government schemes, have Australians starting to think about home buying and building again, and builders are the ones helping people build the home of their dreams.

G.J. Gardner Homes Victoria & Tasmania recently celebrated 20 years of home building in Vic/Tas — so they know how to make customers happy. Builders joining G.J. Gardner Homes experience, on average, a 400% growth in their business over a three-year period*. In a market dominated by big brands, G.J. Gardner Homes gives the backing of a national brand that helps cut through the noise. They were named the 6th largest builder Nationally for detached houses, as reported by the Housing Industry Association.

G.J. Gardner and goodwork are teaming up to help builders and other tradies connect and make the building process a bit easier. 

Find the right team.

We know that building homes is tough — with the planning, revising and drafting — but it’s worth it, especially with the right crew. Goodwork can help you find subbies to fill jobs for a few days or it can help you network and search for tradies in your area. 

Save time. Save Money.

Besides being number 1 on Product Review for National Builders for four consecutive years, G.J. GardnerHomes is committed to saving builders’ time and energy. Joining G.J. Gardner Homes instantly puts builders in touch with a network of similar businesses. And goodwork helps put you in touch with 32,000 tradies across Australia. G.J. Gardner Homes and goodwork are in the business of making it easy to reach out and connect with tradies to discuss best practice  and industry trends. It’s about using the power of networking to level up everybody’s business.

Become a G.J. Gardner Homes franchisee and experience the difference.

Visit https://franchise.gjgardner.com.au/ or, if you’re located in Victoria or Tasmania, call 9338 5588 to find out more.

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