To find out more about designing your dream home with Lockwood download one of our brochures, watch our informative videos and contact us today on 0508 LOCKWOOD (0508 562 596).
This 33 page brochure will give you an overview of the Lockwood building system, your options when looking to build including interior and exterior choices.
Our Art of Lockwood photobook is full of stunning bespoke Lockwood client home projects for home design inspiration.
Lockwood’s unique and intricately engineered system ‘locks’ together timber components to create beautiful, strong homes. Click the link below to read more about Lockwood’s building system.
Looking for a small or medium home plan ideas that are fully customisable? Download this e-book for home design ideas, photos and inspiration for 13 homes from 60m² to 148m²
We can help you plan to maximise your budget and get the best results for your investment. Download our brochure to explore what can impact a build price.
Find out more about the high performance Lockwood insulated exterior wall system
Lockwood is proud to be consistently voted one of New Zealand’s most trusted home building brands, achieving Most Trusted Brand or Highly Commended in the Readers Digest Awards Home Builders category for 6 years running. Click below to find out more.
Lockwood is a Lifemark Accredited Partner, with design standards based on the universal housing design concepts where spaces can be used by the widest range of people possible while future proofing the home for generations to come. Click the link below to learn more about Lifemark.
Advice and details for installers to retrofit single glazed windows and joinery with double glazing in older Lockwood Homes.
Moisture from rain drains away via our aluminium jointing system and the corner profiles of the exterior walls, preventing problems of rotting timber, or damp and mouldy interiors. Watch the video below to find out more.
Custom made joinery is integrated into the structural system for extra strength and to ensure a leak free living environment. Watch the video below to find out more.
The Lockwood vertical tie rod provides lateral bracing and the strength to withstand extreme weather conditions and earthquakes. Watch the video below to find out more.
Passive air flows over the top of the integrated joinery frames, allowing the building to breathe and feel fresh, ensuring a drier, healthier environment. Watch the video below to find out more.
Extruded aluminium sheathing is mechanically pressed onto the engineered profile of exterior boards. Watch the video below to find out more.
Lockwood’s tightly sandwiched wall system eliminates the opportunity for heat loss due to thermal conductivity. Watch the video below to find out more.
In the unique and exclusive Lockwood building system, solid timber planks and aluminium profiles are locked – rather than nailed together, to create a strong, versatile structure. Watch the video below to find out more.
Because the Lockwood homes building system can be deployed nationwide, we test our system for geographical conditions and earth movement unlike any other New Zealand home building company. Watch the video below to find out more.
Mark Christison was the Christchurch City Council water and waste manager, responsible for the planning and delivery of the City’s essential services (water supply, wastewater services, rubbish and recycling services and storm water and land drainage).
Mark was responsible for leading the infrastructure response after the Canterbury Earthquake sequence in 2010 and 2011 and was instrumental in establishing the rebuild and recovery frameworks that have continued the recovery of the Christchurch since the earthquakes struck.
In the video below, he talks about the forces involved in the quakes and how his neighbourhood, as well as the city, was affected. He also describes how his 6 year old Lockwood “Governer” Home made it through with minimal damage, while other, newly built homes, suffered major damage.
Watch the video below to see a timelapse of the Rotorua’s Te Rakau showhome being built from start to finish over a three-month period.