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About Tim Webster Building

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Licenced builder Tim Webster completed his Carpentry Apprenticeship locally and with over 20 years experience has been involved in the construction of many new dwellings, renovations and additions in the Shoalhaven area. He lives locally in Terara and has a keen interest in the community and the developments within. Tim has a passion for building beautiful quality homes to be proud of. He and his team use selected local trades and suppliers which he has a professional understanding of craftsmanship and efficiency. They are diligent from management and scheduling and keep up to date with current building trends and materials.

We can help you with any of your building needs regardless of size, site, individual style or budget of the project and will complete to the highest quality.  Tim and his team have a lot of experience in building on difficult sites, sloping blocks or hard to access areas. Having built and renovated his own projects, Tim understands the stresses involved and is happy to meet and discuss anything from plans, budget, council requirements and Basix.

We have had industry success and won our first Master Builders Award in 2013 for Best Multi Unit Development - Up to 4 Units. Since then the team have won four other building awards for quality workmanship as well as a Shoalhaven Council Design Award for a heritage listed home. In 2017 we were Finalists in the Shoalhaven Business Awards for Excellence in Production and most recently our fourth year apprentice, Wilson Windsor, won Apprentice of the Year at the Regional Building Awards, the second time an apprentice of ours has won this award.



We have been fortunate enough to build a number of homes with sustainable features such as solar power, water tanks, low E glazing and grey water recycling systems. We follow industry regulations to minimise wastage and recycle when possible. We always prepare the site with Siltation fencing to protect sediment run-off to the surrounding water ways.


By building to BASIX guidelines which is now a NSW requirement we aim to reduce energy use through specific design strategies for lighting, heating, cooling and ventilation.




See video link on some recent projects we have completed


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