Zones

Website www.zones.co.nz

Phone 0800 90 00 97

Organisation Category: Construction

  • Profile

    Zones are the leading specialists at designing, building and landscaping outdoor living spaces.

    Most landscapers and tradespeople focus on one or two specialist areas, such as concreting, paving or planting. At Zones we provide a total solution across all trades to deliver a hassle free project on time and to budget. As landscaping specialists, Zones aim to enhance the things people love to do outside. Whether it’s cooking or eating outside with friends and family, playing backyard cricket with the kids, reading a book in the sun, or pottering around the garden, we can design and build a landscape to suit.

    Delivering a hassle free project on time and on budget is what we do, but helping homeowners enjoy life is why we do it.

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    Sustainability Highlights:
    • Design-Innovation-Disruption
    • Towards Zero Waste
    • Wellbeing-Community-Health
    Sustainability Actions:

    Zones Landscaping are the leading landscaping specialists with a strong presence throughout the country. Each team collectively aim to apply sustainable practices in their landscaping projects where possible. “As landscapers, we’re very aware of how building and landscaping activities can create waste, especially when removing existing structures or materials like paving and decking. Where possible Zones offers reusable materials for recycling or upcycling to reduce the amount of waste ending up in landfill. Offcuts from timber decking, excess lawn or plants can be someone else’s treasure. As part of keeping our waterways clean we also try to design natural drainage into our designs to keep stormwater on site and out of the wastewater system,” said Jacob Matchitt of Zones Landscaping Tauranga.

    The Zones teams nationwide are always working on ways to fundraise and contribute towards SBN projects like Million Metres Streams. Having recently worked on the Belmont stream, and Tahawai stream planting days with the local community to improve the quality of the waterways.

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Listing last updated 03/08/2018